5 Things California: Committee membership, Vaccine distribution, COVID relief
DJ Wilson | Jan 6, 2021 | California
Our 2021 Washington State of Reform Health Policy Conference is shaping up to be as good as ever, with sessions, keynotes, and networking opportunities for attendees that will be unique for our COVID age. We announce some unique networking opportunities for attendees next week. Registration rates go up later this week.
In health care and health policy, we have five things lined up for you that we think are worth watching. Not everything is as hopeful as my holiday cheer, but we think these are five things that Virginia's senior health care executives and health policy leaders should track as 2020
We are experiencing a tremendous leap forward in vaccine science, something that our gratification-now culture doesn't fully appreciate. It took 5 days from sequencing the virus genome to the vaccine design. Only 5 days! It took four years for the mumps vaccine to be developed, which was previously the fastest development of a vaccine
We only have five more days until it starts getting lighter each day. We only have five more days before it starts getting lighter each day. We only have five more days before it starts getting lighter each day... The vaccines are almost here. Stay safe and healthy this holiday
We feature a number of news bits out of Sacramento this week, as well as from our recent SoCal conference. But, perhaps the biggest news about California health care this week - at least outside of California - was the 60 Minutes story featuring the AG lawsuit against Sutter "for business
This is indeed a "dark winter," as was predicted. But, I'm hopeful that we are perhaps at our nadir. We are 11 days away from the days getting longer. We are four days away from the likely first vaccines to distributed in the US. And, of course we are zero days