Health Care Access & Coverage

Post-Election Panel: What’s Next for Health Care Reform?

Virtual Conversation with Allison Hoffman, JD, Daniel Hopkins, PhD, and Mark Pauly, PhD, moderated by David Grande, MD, MPA

12:00p.m. – 1:00p.m. ET November 6, 2020 Virtual Event


Read event recap here.

2020 has been an unprecedented year in health care, politics, and public health. On November 6, a panel of LDI Senior Fellows reflected on the outcomes of the presidential and congressional races and discussed the possible ramifications for health care reform in 2021, including health care priorities over the next four years, public opinion towards health care reform, and the feasibility of advancing health care reform.

See how to join the event below.


Allison Hoffman

Allison Hoffman, JD

Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Daniel Hopkins

Daniel Hopkins, PhD

Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania School of Arts and Sciences

Mark Pauly

Mark Pauly, PhD

Bendheim Professor, Department of Health Care Management, and Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy, The Wharton School

David Grande

David Grande, MD, MPA (moderator)

Director of Policy, Penn LDI and Associate Professor of Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine

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Please note: Closed captioning is available for browser-based attendees.