Friday, November 7, 2014: 3:15 PM-4:45 PM
Aztec (Convention Center)
*Names in bold indicate Presenter
Speakers: Heidi Allen, Columbia University, Aaron B. Ezekiel, Office of the Superintendent of Insurance, State of New Mexico, Sherry Glied, New York University, Katherine Swartz, Harvard University and Barbara Wolfe, University of Wisconsin – Madison
Speakers: Aaron B. Ezekiel, Esq., Office of the Superintendent of Insurance, State of New Mexico; Sherry Glied, New York University; Kathy Swartz, Harvard School of Public Health; Bobbi Wolfe, University of Wisconsin–Madison
No federal law has attracted more attention, and controversy, in the past year than the Affordable Care Act. Now that the dust has settled, what do we know about what happened in the first year, and what are the likely impacts of the law moving forward? What has the law accomplished, and what challenges remain? This symposium will feature Aaron Ezekiel, a policy-maker implementing the law, and three leading experts on health care reform: Sherry Glied, Kathy Swartz, and Bobbi Wolfe.