Healthcare-related issues will be in the forefront in the next few months, as President Donald Trump looks to leave his mark through executive orders, the Supreme Court considers the fate of the Affordable Care Act and Congress negotiates stimulus funding. Already, we’ve seen changes to Stark law, but more is on the table, including additional hospital relief funding.

In the meantime, President-elect Joe Biden has already signaled he will take immediate action to reverse some of Trump’s political moves as soon as he takes the oath of office.

Join this webinar to understand

• The role of Congress regarding COVID-19 response

• How the Biden administration can provide relief

• Federal leadership’s impact on pandemic’s course

• How to rebuild trust in public health agencies

• Potential avenues to expand coverage and address costs


Chip Kahn
President and CEO
Federation of American Hospitals

Wright Lassiter
President and CEO
Henry Ford Health System

Rep. Donna Shalala (D-Fla.)
18th U.S. HHS Secretary (1993-2001)

Dr. Joshua Sharfstein
Vice Dean for Public Health Practice
and Community Engagement Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health


Rachel Cohrs
Capitol Hill Reporter
Modern Healthcare

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