What does a new Congress mean for healthcare in America? How should our nation’s leaders respond to overwhelming negative public sentiment around the high price of care and mounting issues related to equity and access?
This year, nearly half of the U.S. population, or about 114 million Americans, give poor or failing grades to our healthcare system. Percentages are especially high and grades failing on affordability and health equity.
On Monday, Dec. 5, join West Health, Gallup and a panel of noted experts as they explore these important issues and reveal new data from a series of national surveys that underscore the urgency of change. What’s the best way forward? Don’t miss this dynamic discussion.
- How Americans grade various aspects of the healthcare system and why it matters
- Expected fallout of middle-income Americans’ increasing struggle to afford healthcare
- Inequities in access to care based on factors such as race, gender, income and geography
- Creating a new road map for healthcare in America