Webconference Recording

2019 Health Policy Outlook

What the Midterm Elections Do (and Don't) Mean for Health Care

About the Webconference

In the wake of last year's repeal-and-replace debate, policymakers at HHS and CMS have deployed a variety of administrative and regulatory tools to advance the GOP's health reform agenda. And with health policy a central issue in the impending midterm elections, the debate around larger-scale legislative reform is coming back to the forefront. Join a panel of Advisory Board experts to get our take on how the elections will--and won't--impact the outlook for health policy in 2019 and beyond.

Things You’ll Learn:

  • What health care issues are being debated among current candidates
  • How different election outcomes would impact the future of health policy
  • Which reforms will continue to advance regardless of election outcomes

Presenters: Thomas Seay, Rob Lazerow, Yulan Egan, and Rachel Sokol