USC Co-Hosts Global Health Care Conference in Beijing
At a time when regulation of health care is increasingly complex and providing health services is increasingly expensive, how can global health be maintained or improved? That was the overriding question at the two-day Global Health Care Regulation and Innovation Conference, held in Beijing. It was jointly hosted by USC’s Schaeffer Center and Peking University, with the support of Quintiles. Several faculty from the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy participated including Dana Goldman, Darius Lakdawalla and Mike Nichol.