Utah Republicans talk about plans for the interim
Patrick Jones | May 4, 2021 | Utah
We held our 2021 Utah State of Reform Health Policy Conference last week, and learned a lot of very important, compelling things. We feature some of that for you below, but most of the key takeaways will stay with the 200+ folks in the "metaphorical" room with us last week.
At last week's "Facing the challenge of racial inequity in health care" panel at the 2021 Utah State of Reform Health Policy Conference, leaders of state health equity efforts shared their experiences helping underserved populations recover from COVID-19. In this video, Mikelle Moore, senior vice president and chief
As the final speaker at the 2021 Utah State of Reform Health Policy Conference’s afternoon Keynote, Commissioner Pike described the “whirlwind” that has been the first 100 days of the Cox Administration. He praised the governor’s work so far. He explained how the Department of Insurance (DOI) was very active
Natalie Gochnour, executive director of the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, was one of the speakers on the afternoon Keynote at last week's 2021 Utah State of Reform Health Policy Conference. The seasoned economist spoke with State of Reform Host DJ Wilson about what Utah’s economy looks like going forward.
Senator Michael Kennedy, a practicing physician, took a brief break between patients to speak with State of Reform Host DJ Wilson at the 2021 Utah State of Reform Health Policy Conference on Wednesday. He spoke with DJ about his experience leading the Senate Health and Human Services Committee this past
Prescription drug importation, bulk purchasing programs, upper pricing limits -- all of these and more were discussion topics at a panel on prescription drug policy innovation at our recent Utah conference. Katelin Lucariello, state advocacy director for the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), Steve Schultz, director