Friday, May 08, 2020 | 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Covid-19 is an unprecedented crisis that has redirected our policy and healthcare bandwidth to unanticipated activities and profoundly engaged the public. The crisis has also caused us to question our policy priorities and our preparedness. But as past crisis have taught us, this new policy openness could have potentially lasting effects, reinforcing the necessity of getting our Covid-19 policy response right.
In this webinar, a wide ranging set of experts will step through the issues of emergency preparedness and disparate effects on vulnerable populations; discuss our new appreciation for coverage and the role of cost-sharing, and generally seek to ensure that our new policy openness has a lasting, positive impact on Americans.
Lynn Quincy, director of the Healthcare Value Hub, will moderate the webinar featuring the following panel of experts:
Joan Alker, Executive Director & Co-Founder, Center for Children and Families, Georgetown University Health Policy Institute
John Auerbach, Affiliate Professor of the Practice, Department of Health Sciences, Northeastern University, Bouve College of Health Sciences
Sabrina Corlette, Founder & Co-Director, Center on Health Insurance Reforms, Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy
Tekisha Dwan Everette, Executive Director, Health Equity Solutions
Annaliese Johnson, Communications & Policy Associate, Healthcare Value Hub
Louisa Warren, Director of State Strategies and Engagement, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities