Addressing Pressing Issues in Health Care

The School’s annual Business of Health Care conference brings more than more than 700 professionals together to share ideas on some of the most pressing issues facing the industry. Topics have ranged from U.S. health care reform to global health issues and innovation.

Conference attendees include those working within the industries of health care, health care delivery and health care policy and administration, as well as business leaders and other professionals in the finance, technology, legal, marketing, government and public policy, and academic sectors.
Convening Thought Leaders

The Business of Health Care Post-Election

The 2017 conference focused on the impact of the U.S. election and change in administration across health care sectors. Speakers included former U.S. secretaries of Health and Human Services, Donna E. Shalala (above, left) and Kathleen Sebelius (above, right). Another panel brought together the leaders of virtually every major health care industry association, including James Madara (right), the CEO of the American Medical Association, and the CEOs of the American Hospital Association, America’s Health Insurance Plans, the Health Care Financial Management Association, and the Medical Group Management Association.

more about the 2017 conference

The Business of Health Care Post-Election

Major changes to U.S. health care policies will have a profound impact on patients, providers, investors and businesses according to experts at the School of Business’ conference, “The Business of Health Care Post-Election,” that was held in March 2017.
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