The American health care system struggles to meet the needs of all citizens, and opinions are split on how to improve health care in the United States to meet these needs. Two major health policy reform ideas have emerged: Medicare for All and incremental expansion of health care built on the successes of the Affordable Care Act. Neither of these ideas are universally agreed on; however, change is needed to create productive and fundamental improvements in the American health care system. Join us on January 21st for a discussion of these options and how the American health care system can be improved.
Introduction and Moderator: Carmel Shachar, Executive Director, The Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School
Judith Feder, Professor, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University; and Institute Fellow, The Urban Institute
Allison K. Hoffman, Professor of Law, Penn Law
Howell E. Jackson, James S. Reid, Jr. Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
Amy B. Monahan, Distinguished McKnight University Professor, Associate Dean for Research & Planning, and The Melvin Steen & Corporate Donors Professor, University of Minnesota Law School
Andrew Schwab, Director of Policy, Federal Affairs & Partnerships, United States of Care