Join POLITICO on Thursday, November 21, for a deep-dive conversation exploring the future of primary care and identifying the most viable solutions to reform the current system.
The White House recently launched an initiative aimed at overhauling primary care and promoting more competition in the Medicare program. Medicare Advantage has grown faster than many experts anticipated under recent administrations, but there is an ongoing debate about its future trajectory and what it will take to get more doctors to take part.
You can register here to join POLITICO and a group of experts to discuss the issues.
Here is the agenda:
8:00 AM Doors Open
8:25 AM POLITICO Opening Remarks
8:30 AM Sponsored Segment
William Shrank, MD, Chief Medical and Corporate Affairs Officer, Humana
Moderated by: Anders M. Gilberg, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Medical Group Management Association (MGMA)
**A sponsored session produced by Humana
8:45 AM POLITICO Editorial Panel Conversation
Ann Greiner, President and CEO, Primary Care Collaborative (PCC)
Howard Haft, MD, Director, Maryland Primary Care Program, Maryland Department of Health
Emily Maxson, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Aledade, Inc.
Diane Padden, Vice President of Professional Practice & Partnerships, American Association of Nurse Practitioners
Moderated by: Adriel Bettelheim, Health Care Editor, POLITICO