The Affordable Care Act is one of the largest pieces of social legislation in the past 50 years. Not surprisingly, its implementation has had some expected and some unexpected challenges. Join us as this panel of Penn faculty and alumni discuss the law's intent, early results, and what to look for in the future. We'll have lots of time for audience interaction and conversation. Registration is requested but not required.
Mark Pauly, PhD, Bendheim Professor, Health Care Management, The Wharton School: an overview of the implementation of the ACA
Tom Baker, JD, William Maul Measey Professor of Law, Law School: an update on health insurance exchanges
Jaya Aysola, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine: impact on the health care safety net
David Rubin, MD, MSCE, Associate Professor, Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine: impact on children's health care
Jose Pagan, PhD, Adjunct LDI Senior Fellow, and Director, Center for Health Innovation, The New York Academy of Medicine: on the ACA’s impact on disparities
Eugene Kiely, Director, FactCheck.org, A Project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center: the reporting of health reform
Moderated by Dan Polsky, PhD, MPP, Executive Director, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics
This seminar is part of LDI's Spring 2014 Policy Seminar Series: "Rollout of the Affordable Care Act: What's working, what's not, and what do we need to change?"
Sponsored by The Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, School of Medicine, The Wharton School, School of Nursing, The Law School, Annenberg School for Communication, and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.