Registration for “5 Slides: Bending the Rx cost curve” is now open!
Nicole Pasia | Oct 22, 2021 | Maryland, Virginia
Our healthcare system is an expensive and complex machine. These complexities are creating growing interest in payment reform to try and reduce costs, meet patient demands and deliver better quality care. During our upcoming discussion, “5 Slides: Payment transformation that supports improved health outcomes,” industry experts will discuss payment strategies
While the cost of prescription drugs has been a prominent health policy topic for a number of years, the global vaccine race is also bringing pharmaceutical innovations like the COVID-19 vaccine to the forefront of the discussion. At our upcoming event, “5 Slides: Bending the Rx Cost Curve,” pharmaceutical experts
As a return to normalcy appears on the horizon, the intersection of cost pressures and innovation in pharmacy is becoming a primary topic of concern in health policy. State of Reform is looking forward to exploring this issue in depth at our upcoming “5 Slides: Innovations in bending the Rx
On Thursday, State of Reform hosted our “5 Slides: A focus on developing cultural competency in health care” virtual convening with Dr. Janine Bera, Chief Medical Officer at WellSpace Health, Dr. David M. Carlisle, President & CEO at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, and Brian Ternan, CEO
On Monday, State of Reform hosted our “5 Slides: The Health Care System’s Response To COVID in AZ” virtual conversation with Ann-Marie Alameddin: CEO, Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association, Will Humble, Executive Director, Arizona Public Health Association, Roland Knox, CEO, Mt. Graham Regional Medical Center. During this convening, the panelists
On Monday, State of Reform hosted our “5 Slides: Creating a culture of anti-racism in health care” virtual conversation with Melissa Gonzales, PhD, in the Chief Diversity Office at Genentech, and Ben Danielson, MD, Medical Director at Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic. During the convening, the two leaders discussed