AcademyHealth 2019 National Health Policy Conference

The AcademyHealth 2019 National Health Policy Conference, held February 4-5 in Washington, DC, will provide an overview of the country’s health policy agenda and clarity on healthcare issues. The meeting will put policy insights and perspectives from across healthcare into context.

 

 
February 06, 2019
Three months following the 2018 midterm elections, a panel discussion at AcademyHealth National Health Policy Conference, held February 4-5 in Washington, DC, outlined how much healthcare did, or didn’t, play a role in the elections, as well as what healthcare trends to expect in 2019.
February 06, 2019
A study presented at the AcademyHealth 2019 National Health Policy Conference, held February 4-5 in Washington, DC, found that the adoption of Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act has been linked to lower rates of maternal mortality.
 
February 06, 2019
During a session at AcademyHealth National Health Policy Conference held February 4-5 in Washington, DC, healthcare stakeholders discussed 3 innovations that are changing the way we think about healthcare: social determinants of health, digital health, and data.
February 05, 2019
Rural communities continue to face health challenges and disparities, with higher percentages of preventable deaths, higher rates of Medicare and Medicaid populations, and much fewer providers, according to a panel discussion at AcademyHealth National Health Policy Conference, being held February 4-5 in Washington, DC.
February 04, 2019
HHS Secretary Alex Azar outlined efforts by Trump administration to tackle the drug rebate system during his keynote address at AcademyHealth National Health Policy Conference.
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