How Will the Elections Impact Healthcare? Attend America's
Physician Groups Virtual Colloquium 2020 to Find Out!
Greg Phillips
Director of Communications
America's Physician Groups
Phone: (202) 770-1901

LOS ANGELES CA, USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE™ -- NOVEMBER 12 , 2020: By all accounts, the recent presidential election riveted the nation's attention. How will the new administration reshape healthcare? Who will lead HHS, CMS, CMMI, and other important federal agencies and what will this all mean for value-based care? What's next on the horizon at the national and state level?

A number of five-star healthcare leaders are slated to speak at next week's virtual APG Virtual Colloquium 2020, some of whom are being considered for prominent positions in the new administration. Please plan on joining us to hear from these experts about how the recent elections may impact healthcare over the next few years. Register for the Colloquium here.

Here are just a few of the prominent speakers on the program:

Evolving Policy Issues Surrounding COVID from the FDA's Perspective Evolving COVID-19 Policy Issues

Anand Shah, MD
Deputy Commissioner for Medical and Scientific Affairs, US Food and Drug Administration

Rebekah Gee, MD
CEO of LSU Health Care Services Division, and former Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health
Mid-Pandemic: Should We Be Doubling Down on Value? The State of Healthcare in America

Andy Slavitt, MBA
Board Chair, United States of Care, and former Acting Administrator for CMS under President Barack Obama

Donna Shalala
Congresswoman from Florida's 27th District, and former HHS Secretary under President Bill Clinton
Are APMs on the Right or Wrong Track?

Richard Gilfillan, MD
Former President and CEO, Trinity Health, and Former Director of CMMI

Kavita Patel, MD
Nonresident Fellow, Brookings Institution, and former Director of Policy for the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement in the White House under President Barack Obama

This Colloquium will undoubtedly provide many lively discussions on the issues that matter to you and your colleagues. It's not too late to make plans to attend the Colloquium. Register here.