Healthcare 2015: The Impact of the Obama Presidency
Rebroadcast with live Q&A
December 18, 2008 at 10:30 a.m Eastern Time
The United States healthcare system is on the verge of potential significant reform with the recent election of Barack Obama. The current financial crisis and the topic of healthcare reform will be high on Mr. Obama's agenda and will impact every citizen, government organization and business in the U.S. and even beyond. President-elect Obama has called for affordable, accessible healthcare; preventative care and wellness; and new investments in health IT. The pace and scale of his plans will unfold as we lead up to his inauguration as President.
Join a distinguished panel of experts in a discussion of President-elect Barack Obama's proposed healthcare policy reform hosted by Dan Pelino, IBM Global General Manager, Healthcare and Life Sciences:
Learn how the new administration intends to address the need to more efficiently manage the health of the U.S. population. Understand what these changes mean to all healthcare stakeholders, including physicians, care delivery organizations, health benefits organizations, government, employers and individuals. How quickly will changes actually be approved and implemented? How will the financial turmoil impact the progress of change? What changes will be required in healthcare IT infrastructure? What will be the regulatory and financial impact on businesses? And what will be required from all of us as citizens if we embrace a new healthcare model?
Mark your calendar and register now for this complementary Web seminar. And feel free to invite your colleagues to join us for what promises to be an insightful and invaluable session. All of us have a stake in these critical discussions.
Attend the Web seminar on December 18, and you will learn:
Please join us on December 18 and invite your colleagues.