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Millions of Americans are shopping through public and private exchanges, Medicare Advantage, and exchange-based Medicaid expansion. And they have more control over their health insurance plans than they've had in the past. So what does it mean for providers, payers, employers, policymakers, and disruptive innovators? We explored this question at the Future of Health Care Summit. Catch up on the presentations
The Aspen Institute and The Advisory Board Company were proud to present the 2014 Care Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C. The Summit convened policymakers, providers, and leading innovators to explore opportunities to drive higher-value care and better health for individuals and populations. Catch up on the presentations
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Piper Nieters Su serves as Vice President of The Advisory Board Company’s Health Policy division, where she leads the company’s efforts to bring market insights to Congress, the Administration, and senior leadership in the health policy community. In her role, Piper synthesizes the vast research and technology offering at The Advisory Board Company to deliver an on-the-ground perspective on how providers relate to key policy and market trends.
Prior to joining the Advisory Board in 2013, Piper worked as a senior attorney at two law firms specializing in health care law and policy, assisting health care companies and providers with formal legal advice as well as legislative and regulatory strategies for the U.S. Congress, the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Previously, Piper served in the U.S. Senate as Legislative Counsel to Senator Ken Salazar, where she was the principal advisor for his health care-related activities on the Senate Finance Committee. In this role, she crafted numerous policy proposals that were subsequently enacted into law as the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008, the Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007 and the Affordable Care Act of 2010.
Piper earned her BA at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and her JD, cum laude, from American University.
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