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The Obama-Biden Health Reform Plan © Foley Hoag LLP 2008
Three Pronged Approach Quality, Affordable and Portable Health Coverage for All Modernizing the Health Care System to Improve Quality and Lower Costs Promoting Prevention and Strengthening Public Health © Foley Hoag LLP 2008
1. Coverage Build on existing system of employer-sponsored health insurance & ensure greater employer participation National Health Insurance Exchange Similar to the Connector; clearinghouse & watchdog Income-based sliding scale tax credits Strengthen Medicare, SCHIP, Medicaid © Foley Hoag LLP 2008
2. Modernization Improve quality & lower costs Health IT Comparative Effectiveness Transparency Prescription Drugs Malpractice Reform © Foley Hoag LLP 2008
3. Prevention Preventive Services Coverage Chronic Disease Management Mandated coverage by Employers Best Practices Coordination of Public Health Activities © Foley Hoag LLP 2008
Cost Estimates: $50- $65 billion annually (Obama campaign) $75+ billion annually (PWC) $86+ billion annually (Tax Policy Center) Save: $120-$200 billion (public and private) - $2500 per family. Allow Bush tax cuts on the those making above $250,000 to expire & retain estate tax at 2009 level “Pay or Play” Option Costs and Financing © Foley Hoag LLP 2008
Double Federal Funding for Basic Research University-based Research Biomedical Research R&D Tax Credit Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act Research © Foley Hoag LLP 2008
Advisors Tom Daschle: Former Senate Majority Leader; potential HHS Secretary Jeanne Lambrew: Fellow at the Center for American Progress, co- author with Sen. Daschle of Critical: What We Can Do About the Health-Care Crisis David Cutler, PhD: Harvard professor and health economist, Institute of Medicine member, architect of the Obama health care reform plan Dora Hughes, MD: Obama’s Senate health advisor, former staff to Sen. Kennedy on HELP Committee David Blumenthal, MD: Director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Policy Steven Pearson, MD: Founder of the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review; Vice-Chair, Medicare Evidence Development and Coverage Advisory Committee Chris Jennings: Former Clinton White House health advisor © Foley Hoag LLP 2008
Tom Perez HHS, VA, HUD, SSA Bill Corr & Nicole Lurie HHS Personnel Review Team Leads Jonathan Moreno Bioethics Review Transition Team © Foley Hoag LLP 2008
Policy Options Comprehensive Bill Expand SCHIP, Reinforce Medicaid and Medicare Separate components and pass one at a time over three years © Foley Hoag LLP 2008
J. James Rohack, MD, FACC President, AMA Director, Scott & White Center for Healthcare Policy Professor of Medicine and Humanities, TAMHSC Information.
By: Kevin Tang. -Senator Robert Wagner tries to pass National Health Act of Fails. -On November 19, 1945,President Truman outlined a comprehensive,
Obama Administration Outline/Proposal Broad Outline Only Would retain employer based health insurance system Includes a “play or pay” model Creates a.
Medicare, Medicaid, and Health Care Reform Todd Gilmer, PhD Professor of Health Policy and Economics Department of Family and Preventive Medicine 1.
HEALTH REFORM IN THE 2004 ELECTION Candidates’ Health Policy Agendas Moderator : Jeanne Lambrew, George Washington University AcademyHealth National Health.
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Obama’s Heath Reform Proposal Helen Halpin, PhD. Professor of Health Policy UC Berkeley, SPH.
The US Health Care System: Insuring the Uninsured Mark G. Kuczewski, PhD Director, Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics & Health Policy Loyola University.
Major Health Issues The Affordable Healthcare Act.
Impact of Health Reform on: The Uninsured # of uninsured reduced from 46 million today to ~23 million in Safety net hospital funding through Medicare.
Delaware Health Care Commission February 17, 2005 Alice Burton, Director AcademyHealth.
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Health Care Reform and its Impact on Michigan Janet Olszewski, Director Michigan Department of Community Health Senate Health Policy Committee May 5, 2010.
PNHP’s Response to the Obama Health Plan Dr. Ida Hellander, Executive Director Physicians for a National Health Program.
Challenges Ahead for the ACA Mary Agnes Carey Senior Correspondent Kaiser Health News “From the White House to Community Clinics: What’s Next for Healthcare.
“Improved Medicare For All” for Beginners (Part A)
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND Figure 1. Three of Five Health Care Opinion Leaders Feel that Mixed Private-Public Group Insurance Is an Effective Approach to Achieving.
The Rolling Hills Group Creating the Plan for Healthcare Reform for Tennessee.
Universal Health Care without Private Health Insurance? Single Payer: The Only Affordable, Lifelong, Comprehensive, Quality Health Care Plan for Every.
War, Its Aftermath & U.S. Health Policy: Policies and Prospects Jeanne M. Lambrew, PhD Associate Professor LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of.
COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH Public Policy Interest and Issues Jeanne Lambrew, PhD Associate Professor LBJ School of Public Affairs National Health.
Health Reform: Local Safety Net Implications Karen J. Minyard, Ph.D., Executive Director, Georgia Health Policy Center, Georgia State University.
Health Policy VIVIAN HO, PH.D. BAKER INSTITUTE CHAIR IN HEALTH ECONOMICS DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR HEALTH AND BIOSCIENCES PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS,
United States Domestic Policy By Alyssia, Trey, and David.
Beth Faiman MSN, APRN-BC, AOCN Cleveland Clinic Taussic Cancer Institute Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio America’s.
HN 300 Unit 6 Seminar Financing Human Services Madelyn Harvey, PhD.
Hispanics & Health Disparities Summit Series Recommendations National Hispanic Medical Association U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office.
HEALTH INSURANCE REFORM: HIGHLIGHTS OF MERGED SENATE DEMOCRATIC BILL.
Health Reform 2014 Bill Graham VP, Policy & Government Affairs August 17, 2010.
What Can States Do About the Uninsured? Kenneth E. Thorpe, Ph.D. Robert W. Woodruff Professor and Chair Department of Health Policy and Management Rollins.
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: NEXT STEPS FOR TOBACCO CONTROL The National Perspective Jennifer Singleterry Manager, National Health Policy.
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND Presidential Candidates' Health Care Reform Proposals Karen Davis President, The Commonwealth Fund AcademyHealth 2008 National Health.
1 Indian Health Service Update Yvette Roubideaux, M.D., M.P.H. Director, Indian Health Service National Council of Urban Indian Health Annual Leadership.
Rx Vote: Politics & Healthcare AMSA October Observance By: Micah Evans VP & Webmaster.
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The Obama Administration and Health Reform Will The Massachusetts Reform Plan Serve As a Model? Stuart H. Altman Sol C. Chaikin Professor The Heller School.
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND Source: Commonwealth Fund/Modern Healthcare Health Care Opinion Leaders Survey, February Exhibit 1. Views on the Affordable.
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THE COMMONWEALTH FUND Figure 1. Insurance Reform Proposals as of December 2009 Senate (H.R. 3590) 12/24/09 House of Representatives (H.R. 3962) 11/7/09.
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