Join us as we discuss the latest insights into the health care industry:
As the world starts to recover from the pandemic, how will the health care industry keep up with all the new rules, regulations and innovations under the new U.S. government administration?
Join the FiscalNote Executive Institute for a deep dive into these topics during our 2021 Health Care Thought Leadership Series, with webinars on February 24 and March 4 featuring industry and policy experts with the latest insights into health care. See below for session details.
Preparing for the Post-Pandemic Digital Age of Health Care
February 24, 10-11 a.m. EST
“The doctor will see you now” has taken on a whole new meaning during the COVID-19 crisis, with patients and physicians increasingly meeting online instead of in-person. How might virtual care be integrated—and regulated—in the year ahead? What new modernizations are paving the way for better vaccine deployment? Join our expert panel Feb. 24 to learn how technology and innovation are transforming and decentralizing existing health care models.
Join our expert panel on Wednesday, February 24, 10-11am ET, to learn how technology and innovation are transforming and decentralizing existing health care models. Featured speakers include Griffin Mulcahey, Chief Compliance Officer & Co-founder, Wheel; Chandni Mathur, Senior Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan; Karen Howard, Director, U.S. Government Accountability Office; and Christina Silcox, Policy Fellow, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy.
Topics will include:
- The challenges and opportunities of telehealth
- The innovative ways companies are streamlining vaccine deployment
- Government oversight of AI in health care
- The privacy risks and security concerns of virtual care and health technologies
What President Biden’s COVID-19 Response Reveals about the Future of Health Care
March 4, 10-11 a.m. EST
How will the Biden Administration’s latest budget and legislative priorities in response to the COVID-19 crisis determine what’s next for companies and organizations in health industries? Join our expert panel on March 4 for a deep dive into the latest developments with COVID -19 recovery and what they might mean for the future of health care.
Topics will include:
- Assessing what’s next for the Affordable Care Act
- Determining how new policy will affect prescription drug pricing
- Making sense of Medicare and marketplace options
- Analyzing how social inequities might be better addressed during COVID-19 recovery