Sorry to have been so delinquent in publishing new posts. For most of 2015 I was busy working with the National Governors Association and the Institute of Medicine organizing State Health Leadership Retreats for the Governors of 4 states. Those retreats were modeled on a pilot retreat we conducted in late 2013, and in late 2015 we did a culminating meeting for officials from all the states. Right after that I joined Foley Hoag as their Senior Health and Life Sciences Advisor.
All that has kept me rather busy, but in February I again guest lectured at George Mason about Health Reform and Fiscal Challenges (a.k.a “Health Policy is Budget Policy”). An edited video from the first part of the lecture about U.S. Spending on Health and Healthcare is below, and over the next couple of weeks I’ll be posting additional videos from that talk on the topics of:
- Medicare and U.S. Healthcare Spending
- Challenges for Estimating Future Healthcare Spending
- Medicaid: Federal and State Fiscal Issues
- Changing U.S. Healthcare System: New Payment and Delivery Models
Enjoy – pass along to your colleagues and friends – and as always, constructive comments are welcome!