Join us on Thursday, August 3 to hear from a diverse group of speakers discussing the proposed Trumpcare.
All health care systems must strike a delicate balance between cost, quality and access. While Obamacare focused largely on increasing access to coverage and spreading the cost of illness across the entire population, Trumpcare tips the balance largely in favor of reducing federal spending, at the risk of destabilizing insurance markets and increasing costs for older and sicker individuals.
What would it take to create a health care system that would provide future generations with accessible, affordable care? Can this be done while also covering the sick and the underserved? Join the conversation with a panel of government, policy and legal experts.
Thursday, August 3
6 pm (5:30 pm networking reception)
The Commonwealth Club
555 Post St.
San Francisco, 94102
General Admission, Nonmember: $20, plus $2.09 fee
General Admission, Member: $8, plus $1.43 fee
Student, $7, plus $1.38 fee
Moderator: Claire Brindis
Director, Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies at UC San Francisco
Former Director, U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Executive Editor, The Source on Healthcare Pricing and Competition at UC Hastings College of the Law
Director, The Center for Healthcare Value at UC San Francisco