Where: The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC.
When: Friday, June 5, 2015 | 9:00 am to 1:00 pm EDT.
On June 5, the Schaeffer Center will co-host a half day forum with the Center for Health Policy at Brookings on the future of Medicare. Discussions at the event will look ahead to 2030 when the youngest Baby Boomers become eligible for Medicare and the changing Medicare needs and environment that will likely transpire. The forum will hold a keynote presentation by the Schaeffer Center’s Leonard D. Schaeffer, as well as panel presentations by the Center’s Director Dana Goldman and Policy Director Paul Ginsburg. The presentations will focus around policy papers, including Health and Health Care of 2030 Medicare Population by Dana Goldman and Improving Provider Payments in Medicare by Paul Ginsburg.
Get prepped for the event with this working paper:
Health and Health Care of Medicare Beneficiaries in 2030
by the Schaeffer Center’s: Étienne Gaudette, Bryan Tysinger, Alwyn Cassil and Dana Goldman
Welcome– Alice M. Rivlin, The Brookings Institution &
Dana Goldman, USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy
Keynote– Leonard D. Schaeffer, USC Schaeffer Center
Part I: Challenges and Opportunities Facing Medicare in 2030.
- Health and Health Care of 2030 Medicare Population- Dana Goldman, USC Schaeffer Center
- Financial Resources of Medicare Beneficiaries in 2030- Gary Burtless, The Brookings Institution
Part II: Options for Strengthening Medicare and Making it More Effective
- Eligibility, Benefit Design, and Financial Support- Henry Aaron, The Brookings Institution
- Improving Choice and Competition in Medicare Advantage- Alice M. Rivlin, The Brookings Institution
- Improving Provider Payments in Medicare- Paul Ginsburg, USC Price School of Public Policy
Closing Remarks- Alice Rivlin & Dana Goldman
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