Videos: Strategies for improving affordability of high-quality care and coverage
The USC Schaeffer Center for Health policy & Economics, in partnership with the National Coalition on Health Care, hosted the Southern California Health Care Summit: “Strategies for Improving the Affordability of High-Quality Care and Coverage” in March at USC. The event brought together health care experts to discuss advances in practice and policy that aim to improve the affordability of health care — for patients and families, employers, public and private payers, and providers.
- How to improve the delivery, coordination, and efficiency of care;
- How to make markets for insurance and health care services more competitive and efficient;
- How to increase access to and lower costs for prescription drugs;
- How to provide better and more efficient care to high-need, high-cost patients; and
- How to reduce the demand for care by refocusing on prevention and the social determinants of health.
Opening remarks featuring Liana Bailey-Crimmins, Chief Health Director, California Public Employees’ Retirement System; and John Rother, President and CEO, National Coalition on Health Care
Presentation by John Rother, President and CEO, National Coalition on Health Care
Presentation by Dana Goldman, Leonard D. Schaeffer Director’s Chair, USC Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics
Presentation by Katherine Hayes, Director of Health Policy, Bipartisan Policy Center
Presentation by Peter V. Lee, Executive Director, Covered California
Presentation by Amy Nguyen Howell, Chief Medical Officer, America’s Physician Groups
Panel discussion featuring: Moderator Jack Lewin, Chairman, National Coalition on Health Care; Kathleen Donneson, Chief of Health Plan Administration Division, California Public Employees’ Retirement System; Susan Hogeland, Executive Vice President, California Academy of Family Physicians; Geoffrey Joyce, Director of Health Policy, USC Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics; Gerald Kominski, Professor and Director of the Center for Health Policy Research, UCLA; Tam Ma, Legal and Policy Director, Health Access California; Jeffrey Rideout, CEO, Integrated Healthcare Association