One year after the launch of Covered California, Capitol Weekly and the University of California UC Center Sacramento present A Conference on Health Care, examining the California health care landscape. We’ll examine the impact of the Affordable Care Act, and look at how the ACA is shaping the future of health care in California.
Show me the Money, Financial Impacts of the Affordable Care Act in California
Moderator: Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio
Charles Bacchi, California Association of Health Plans; John Kabateck, National Federation of Independent Business; David Panush, Covered California; Micah Weinberg, Senior Policy Adviser, Bay Area Council
Consumers, Who’s Helped, Who’s Hurt, Who’s In, Who’s Out?
Moderator: Emily Bazar, CHCF Center for Health Reporting
Dr. Ron Chapman, California Department of Public Health; Carla Saporta, Greenlining Institute;Anthony Wright, Health Access; Daniel Zingale, California Endowment
Keynote: Diana S. Dooley, Chair of Covered California, Secretary of the California Health and Human Services Agency
Medi-Cal, A Big Piece of the Puzzle
Moderator: Kevin Riggs, Randle Communications
Dr. Toby Douglas, Department of California Health Care Services; Doug Kim, California Primary Care Association; Anne McLeod, California Hospital Association; Cathy Senderling-McDonald, County Welfare Directors Association of California; Francisco Silva, California Medical Association
The Politics and Problems Where Do We Go From Here?
Moderator: Dan Weintraub, California Health Report
Bruce Bronzan, Trilogy Integrated Resources; Richard Figueroa, California Endowment; Rex Frazier, Personal Insurance Federation of California; Kassy Perry, Perry Communications Group