Harvard Club Healthcare Forum


Date and Time
Monday, May 1, 2017
7:00pm— 9:00pm
Location
Minneapolis Club (3rd Floor, Main Dining Room)

Organized by the Harvard Club of Minnesota

“Trump, Healthcare and What's Next.”  Andy Slavitt, former Acting Administrator of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), will deliver the keynote for this May 1 kickoff event. Open to TCAN member schools and Minneapolis Club members. Signup deadline April 26.

148.jpgThe U.S. healthcare system is facing unprecedented challenges. Accounting for nearly 20% of the U.S. GDP and costing us nearly $3.5 trillion per year, the healthcare industry is being fundamentally reshaped by forces in Washington, technological innovation, and aging demographic trends. How will these changes impact the nation’s, as well as your and your family's budget and quality of life?
The Healthcare Forum is a new initiative undertaken by the Harvard Club of Minnesota to help answer these complex questions and foster constructive interactions among various stakeholders of this critically important part of the economy. We will bring together nationally-recognized healthcare experts and technology innovators to help educate us on the opportunities for providing high quality, more affordable and more accessible care.

This initiative is led by Navaneetha (Nava) Rao, ScD, ’94, SPH, with Co-Chairs Dennis Chornenky, MPH ’18 and A. R. Weiler, AB, ‘87.  The Healthcare Forum is expected to be held on a quarterly basis.

7:00 Social
7:30 Innovation Talk: “Telemedicine, Challenges and Data-Driven Solutions.” Dennis Chornenky, Founder of Silicon Valley artificial intelligence and telemedicine startup Telelytics.io.
7:45 Keynote: "Trump, Healthcare and What's Next."  Andy Slavitt, Former Acting Administrator of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), recently named as a senior adviser to the Bipartisan Policy Center.
8:30 Networking
8:55 Closing
Space for this event is limited, so don't miss out.


Map & Directions

Minneapolis Club (3rd Floor, Main Dining Room)

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