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Host: Kavita Patel, MD, Nonresident Fellow, The Brookings Institution; Venture Partner, New Enterprise Associates

Discussion Leaders:
Senator Tom Daschle, Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader; Founder & CEO, The Daschle Group
Ezekiel J. Emanuel, MD, Vice Provost for Global Initiatives, Co-Director, Healthcare Transformation Institute, University of Pennsylvania

• Biden’s presidential campaign health care policy positions including strengthening the ACA, reducing Medicare age, government managed public option, and prescription drug reform
• Projections for Congressional focus on health care policy – how much influence might a left-leaning Congress have?

Read the Insider article written by Gabe Perna that recaps this webcast here.

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