A subtle change to how you get content at State of Reform
DJ Wilson | Nov 14, 2018 | Federal
Our annual conferences are the cornerstones of our State of Reform initiative. They convene in one place the community we spend the other 364 days of the year trying to build and foster. But it's more than a one day event. In fact, it's really like a 365 day event.
We are busy developing our agendas for some of our fall conferences: framing topics, recruiting speakers and building buzz. Sometimes we get asked about the process of building these events, and everything that goes into it. So, I thought I'd lay out some of our methodology here for folks to
JJ Lee is State of Reform's Managing Editor. She leads our effort to provide thoughtful, value-added content and open source market intelligence on health care on the west coast, Alaska, and around the nation. We think the world of JJ, so we thought you might be interested in getting to
The goal of the State of Reform Health Policy Conferences are to provide a framework for the discussion of the most pressing challenges facing health care today, by the most diverse audience of health care professionals possible. We engage all parts of the health care spectrum – from delivery to
DJ Wilson is the guy that hospital network executives, health plan CEOs, and even the Governor of Washington himself calls with the toughest health care questions. With a heart for public policy and decades of Medicaid expertise, DJ has helped drive some serious policy change at the state and federal
We're excited to formally announce two new additions to our analytical and reporting team at State of Reform! Amy Snow Landa has joined us as the new Managing Editor for the site. She comes to us from The Seattle Times, where she was one of the leading reporters on the