Past Event

California HealthCare and the Stimulus: Promises, Possibilities and Pitfalls

Fri, Jun 19 2009 - 12:00pm

California Health Care and the Stimulus: The Promises, Possibilities and Pitfalls

Toby Douglas, Chief Deputy Director, California Department of Health Care Services
Elizabeth Imholz, Special Projects Director, Consumer’s Union
David Lansky, President and CEO, the Pacific Business Group on Health
Jim Dempsey, Vice President for Public Policy, the Center for Democracy and Technology

The government is expected to send about $85 billion in stimulus money to the Golden State over the next two years, with a portion going to health care. Experts will discuss potential plans for California’s health-care system, as well as what goals the stimulus may put within reach.

Location: Club Office
Time: 11:30 a.m. check-in, noon program
Cost: FREE
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Underwriter: California HealthCare Foundation

California Health Care and the Stimulus

Toby Douglas, Chief Deputy Director, CA Department of Health Care Services
Elizabeth Imholz, Special Projects Director, Consumer’s Union
David Lansky, President and CEO, the Pacific Business Group on Health
Jim Dempsey, Vice President for Public Policy, CDT

The government is expected to send about $85 billion in stimulus money to the Golden State over the next two years, with a portion going to health care. Experts will discuss potential plans for California’s health-care system, as well as what goals the stimulus may put within reach.