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Navigating Biden's First 100 Days

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    The first 100 days of a president's term often serve as a litmus test for how the president will govern and what policies the new administration will prioritize for the duration of the term. But when President Joe Biden is sworn into office on January 20th, his administration will face unprecedented challenges—a global pandemic, a recovering economy, and political unrest—that will dominate his administration’s initial agenda.

    Health care leaders must be prepared for policy changes that are inherent when a new party assumes office, particularly as they continue to battle the real-world effects of caring for patients during the Covid-19 pandemic. This briefing breaks down four key questions to watch, including the health care policies the Biden administration could prioritize in the first 100 days—and what to watch beyond that time period.

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