Join the Schaeffer Center and The Hill on Tuesday, September 20 for a discussion on making healthcare accessible to all Americans. What policy reforms are needed to minimize socioeconomic and regional disparities in healthcare delivery? How can the combination of innovative new research and public health outreach facilitate prevention, early detection, and more effective treatments? What would it mean for the overall state of our society to eliminate chronic conditions, like cardiovascular disease?
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
8:00 AM- 10:00 AM
Location: The Newseum
555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20001
8:30 AM Headliner Interview
J. NADINE GRACIA, Deputy Assistant Secretary for
Minority Health & Director of the Office of Minority Health, U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
In conversation with BOB CUSACK, Editor-in-Chief, The Hill
8:45 AM: Leveling the Healthcare Playing Field
SAMANTHA ARTIGA, Director, Disparities Policy Project, Kaiser Family Foundation
MARY MCGOWAN, CEO, WomenHeart
RAMANTHAN RAJU, M.D., President & CEO, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
Moderated by PETER SULLIVAN, The Hill
9:15 AM: The Value of Cardiovascular Disease-
What is it Worth to Turn Off Heart Disease?
RICK CHAPMAN, Ph.D., M.S., Director of Health Economics, ICER
MARK HLATKY, M.D., Professor of Health Research & Policy, Stanford
AMY RUDOLPH, Ph.D., Vice President & Head of Early Development & Health Economics & Outcomes Research in the US, Novartis
Moderated by DANA GOLDMAN, Ph.D., Leonard D Schaeffer Director’s Chair, Schaeffer Center, USC
9:50 AM View from Capital Hill
SENATOR BILL CASSIDY, M.D. (R-LA)
In conversation with BOB CUSACK, The Hill
Additional featured speakers to be announced!
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