Center on Longevity faculty affiliates will be among the experts participating in a Stanford Health Policy Forum on health reform. The panel will discuss what the goals of health reform should be and why; will evaluate the current health reform efforts of the Obama Administration and Congress; and will propose what steps the country should take next to best achieve these goals.
The event will be from 1-2:30 p.m., Thursday, April 1, in the Clark Center Auditorium (James H. Clark Center) at Stanford.
The conversation on health reform will include Philip A. Pizzo MD, dean of the School of Medicine, Alan M. Garber MD, PhD, director of the Center for Health Policy and the Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research, Stanford University, and Alain C. Enthoven PhD, professor of public and private management at the Graduate School of Business. The moderator will be Daniel Kessler, professor in management, law, health research and policy, Graduate School of Business, Law School and School of Medicine. Garber, Enthoven and Kessler are among the Center’s nearly 130 faculty affiliates from across the university.
The Stanford Health Policy Forum is an ongoing series of discussions and presentations designed to inform public debate about major health policy issues. The format of the forum varies, comprising panels, debates, and interviews of major figures in the health policy world. All events are free and open to the public. Space is limited to the first 150 attendees.