Tutor Campus Center, Room 450
10/17/14 9:00 am
Health care is the largest segment of the US economy and is expected to be a driving force in the years to come. It is estimated that almost 50% of all new jobs created in the next 25 years will be health care related. At the same time, as a result of passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by Congress in 2010, the US health care system is undergoing its most significant reform in almost 50 years. The Graduate
Programs in Health Administration within the Price School of Public Policy along with the USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics and Price School Center for Health Financing, Policy and Management are pleased to sponsor a university wide symposium open to the entire USC community.
Please join our panel consisting of renowned health care leaders and health care experts in the US to discuss trends in the US health care system and the challenges and opportunities that are being created
by implementation of health reform in the US. Health care reform impacts not only health care but is transforming many aspects of our economy and government. Given the tremendous changes now unfolding in the health care landscape, this symposium should be of interest to all students and faculty potentially interested in learning more about our evolving health care system.
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