HAP CHPRE HEALTH POLICY SEMINAR SERIES

James-Cara

The Department of Health Administration and Policy and the Center for Health Policy Research and Ethics invite faculty, staff, students and alumni of CHHS to attend a health policy seminar on Monday, April 14th, from noon to 1:30 in Mason Hall, D005.

 Dr. Cara James, Director of the Office of Minority Health at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, will give a presentation titled The Role of the Affordable Care Act in Reducing Disparities.

 Over 7 million Americans have signed up for coverage via the Marketplace, and more than 3 million people have enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP.  Before open enrollment, more than half of the uninsured were racial and ethnic minorities.  The Affordable Care Act (ACA) presents an opportunity to reduce this disparity. It also includes efforts to improve health care quality, population health, and access to care by strengthening the healthcare workforce. Dr. James will discuss the potential for the ACA to reduce disparities, highlight specific provisions aimed at reducing these disparities, and provide an introduction to the CMS Office of Minority Health and its current activities.

 A light lunch will be served. No RSVP is necessary. Please contact Alice Hreiz at 703-993-9490 or ahreiz@gmu.edu with any questions.

HAP-CHPRE Seminar Flyer April 14th

AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

ARM

Annual Research Meeting (ARM)

June 8-10, 2014 | San Diego Convention Center | San Diego

For more than 30 years, AcademyHealth’s ARM has been the premier forum for health services research, where more than 2,400 attendees gather to discuss health policy implications, sharpen research methods, and network with colleagues from around the world.

The ARM program is designed for health services researchers, providers, key decision makers, clinicians, graduate students, and research analysts.

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