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Thursday, March 21 at 7:30am
Join some of the country’s most prominent figures in health care delivery, policy, and administration at The Future of Healthcare: A Local and National Perspective - A REACH Symposium.
Trinity University’s Department of Health Care Administration along with Centene Corporation are proud to present the 2019 Symposium on Thursday, March 21, 2019 beginning at 7:30 a.m. in the Ruth Taylor Recital Hall.
This year we are excited to welcome back Alan Weil, Editor-in-Chief of Health Affairs, as our discussion moderator. Weil along with other professionals in the health care field will explore in detail our topics for this year: “The Healthcare Shift: Where Do We Go From Here?” and “Consumerism in Healthcare: Opportunities and Obstacles.”
Attendance to the Symposium is FREE, but please register here to secure your spot today.
Following the Symposium, we will host a Lunchtime Keynote featuring former Congressional Budget Offiice Director, Douglas Holtz-Eakin. Doug Holtz-Eakin has a distinguished record as an academic, policy adviser, and strategist. Currently he is the President of the American Action Forum. Since 2001, he has served in a variety of important policy positions including as Chief Economist of the President's Council of Economic Advisers. He also served as the 6th Director of the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office and offers audiences a complete, 360-degree view of the economy.
Lunchtime Keynote is available for a $55.00 admission fee (includes lunch). Seating is limited so secure your tickets early. Please click here to register for the Keynote.
EVENT PARKING: Parking for this event will be accommodated in the Alamo Stadium Parking lot directly across the Trinity University Campus. View a parking map and on-campus event locations.
For persons with disabilities requesting accommodation, please contact Jennifer Adamo at 210-999-8919
Moderator: Alan Weil, Editor-in-Chief of Health Affairs
Panel 1: The Healthcare Shift: Where do We Go From Here?
The ACA became the law of the land nine years ago. If lessons of both the ACA’s passage and the repeal-and-replace debate is that reform must be bipartisan, what does a solutions-oriented conversation look like, how do we get there, and what does this shift mean for the future of health care reform?
Panel 2: Consumerism in Healthcare: Opportunities and Obstacles
Through interactions with other service industries, patient expectations about healthcare experiences have changed. Patients are increasingly prepared to interact with the medical industry as consumers rather than as passive patients. As there is an increasing demand for healthcare providers to provide care that is convenient, technology enabled, and even price transparent, this panel will examine the different opportunities and obstacles the healthcare industry faces when it comes to consumerism.
Ruth Taylor Recital Hall
One Trinity Place, San Antonio, Texas 78212
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