This is the final event in Part II of our Signature Series focusing on the voice of the patient. This briefing will explore the rise of consumer wearables as increasingly prevalent tools in health care delivery and as part of patient care plans.
This briefing provided an overview of how census data is collected, analyzed, and utilized, with a particular focus on how this process impacts health policy and public health.
Sessions on Day 2 of the Post Election Symposium included a fireside chat with futurist Ian Morrison and leaders from the ground discussed the long-term vision for rebuilding the health system.
Sessions on Day 1 of the Post Election Symposium provided an analysis of the election results and potential impacts for health care and a discussion on the gaps in our health care system that COVID-19 exposed.
Two days after the oral arguments for Texas v. California, this panel will provide an overview of the arguments and questions posed while also addressing procedural next steps.
This briefing will overview the complex ecosystem of federal, state, and private programs that coexist to integrate medical, LTSS, and social services for low-income seniors.
Day 3 of our Voice of the Patient Summit, a program of the 2020 Signature Series, will address how we collect and operationalize patient feedback to create patient-centered care at a systems level.
Day 2 of our Voice of the Patient Summit, a program of the 2020 Signature Series, will explore successful mechanisms to support patients navigate the current, highly complex health care system and foster independence in decision making.
Day 1 of our Voice of the Patient Summit, a program of the 2020 Signature Series, includes an opening keynote presentation and panel focusing on strategies for effective communication and shared decision making from the patient and caregiver perspectives.
During this Summit, we will examine the patient’s voice across several levels of health care design, delivery, and measurement. This event is part of our ongoing 2020 Signature Series focusing on the Voice of the Patient.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed both new and longstanding needs of long-term care patients. Experts will overview the recent changes, remaining gaps, and benefits and risks to long-term care patients, caregivers, providers, and payers.
This is the final event in Part I of our Signature Series focusing on disruptors and transformers in health care. This briefing explored the manufacturing, distribution, delivery, and coverage approaches that will enable nationwide COVID-19 vaccine uptake.
November 16-17 | This virtual symposium will gather a range of experts after election day to discuss how the results could influence the health policy agenda in 2021 and beyond.
Dr. Anand Shah provided opening remarks and answered questions about the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s role in the national COVID-19 response.
This solutions-focused discussion explored policy interventions at the federal, state, and local levels to advance mental health during the ongoing pandemic.
During this on-the-record briefing for reporters, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease at the National Institutes of Health provided insight into the status of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Fauci discussed the status of spread of the virus in the United States and highlighted progress toward successful treatments and vaccines.
During this webinar, panelists will address key questions such as: How has the relief fund been distributed to date among different health care entities? What is the financial impact of the pandemic for providers and what are the implications for access to health services? And, what factors should policymakers consider as they weigh additional options to support providers?
This webinar will address the specific threats posed by COVID-19 to children in the short- and long-term and provide policy options that may support children’s physical and mental health.
Keynote: A Conversation on Innovative Research Approaches to Advance Our Understanding and Treatment of COVID-19
Keynote #2 of our Virtual Summit, a program of the 2020 Signature Series, will discuss the role of the National Institutes of Health’s National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) program in fostering robust-data driven clinical research.
Keynote #1 of our Virtual Summit, a program of the 2020 Signature Series, will explore structural conditions that have lead to health disparities before COVID and during the current pandemic.
Panel #3 of our Virtual Summit, a program of the 2020 Signature Series, will explore the role of data sharing, interoperability, and health IT in tracking and stemming the spread of COVID-19.
Panel #2 of our Virtual Summit, a program of the 2020 Signature Series, will focus on care delivery and payment transformations that have been accelerated or emerged as a result of COVID-19 and explore which systemic changes may become permanent, as well as how to rebuild trust in the health care system.
Panel #1 of our Virtual Summit, a program of the 2020 Signature Series, will explore interactions between the vaccine development pipeline, medical supply chain, and contact tracing infrastructures currently serving the US, and how policymakers can leverage and improve these foundational systems moving forward.
Expert panelists will explore the short and long-term impacts of the COVID-19 crisis and its potential to significantly transform our health care system during our Virtual Summit, a program of our ongoing 2020 Signature Series. This new digital format will feature live panel discussions, keynote presentations, and interactive conversations across multiple days.
COVID-19 Webinar Series Session 20 – Tensions, Tradeoffs, and Takeaways: What’s at Stake for America 100 Days into the Pandemic and Where We Go From Here
Just over 100 days have passed since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared a national emergency on March 13, 2020. The pandemic has led to sweeping ramifications throughout the American economy and society as a whole. During this interactive discussion, three preeminent health policy leaders will examine the lessons learned three months into the crisis and lay out considerations for decision-makers as they work to stem the tide of the pandemic and build a more resilient health care system.
During this webinar, panelists addressed the following learning goals: the short- and long-term impact of COVID-19 on mental health and well being; evidence-based interventions and promising technology to reach people where they are and improve outcomes; and sustainable solutions to address the mental health impact of COVID-19 and advance access to behavioral health services beyond the pandemic.
COVID-19 Webinar Series Session 18 – Health Inequities: Addressing the Disease Burden in Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Communities
During this webinar, speakers examined the following learning goals: the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities in the U.S.; the drivers of these disparities; and short- and long-term policy options to advance equity and improve COVID-19 outcomes.
This webinar will explain the role of Medicaid in the COVID-19 pandemic. Panelists will discuss financing challenges of the Medicaid program—the nation’s health care safety net—as more people become eligible for Medicaid coverage and demand for health services shifts.
During this webinar, panelists discussed the recent evolution of our primary care system and outlined policy levers to bolster our nation’s primary care infrastructure.