SIEPR Policy Forum on the Affordable Care Act: Is the Health Care System Any Healthier?
Stanford students, faculty, and SIEPR affiliates are welcome to join us for a half-day of discussion with leading experts from business, policy, and academia about the Affordable Care Act and exciting developments in the health sector.
We gratefully acknowledge the support provided by the Koret Foundation.
Moderator: Mark Duggan, The Trione Director of SIEPR; The Wayne and Jodi Cooperman Professor of Economics, Stanford University
Friday, May 20, 2016
Patient-Generated Data: From Nice-to-Have to Must-Have
Thomas Goetz, Co-Founder and CEO of Iodine, former Executive Editor of WIRED
Pick up box lunches
Recent Developments in the Coordination of Medical Care
Amir Dan Rubin, Executive Vice President, Optum, and Acting CEO, Optum360; former President and CEO, Stanford Health Care
California’s Experience with the Affordable Care Act
John Bertko, Chief Actuary and Director of Research for the State Health Benefit Exchange, Covered California
Jay Bhattacharya, Professor of Medicine, Stanford Medical Center; Senior Fellow at SIEPR and FSI; Director of the Program on Medical Outcomes
The Impact of the Affordable Care Act at the National Level
Kate Bundorf, Associate Professor of Health Research and Policy, Stanford University School of Medicine; Associate Professor, by Courtesy, at the Stanford Graduate School of Business; Senior Fellow, SIEPR
Larry Levitt, Senior Vice President for Special Initiatives at the Kaiser Family Foundation and Senior Advisor to the President of the Foundation