Nov. 15 Web Event: What’s Next for Health Policy After the Election?

Nov. 15 Web Event: What’s Next for Health Policy After the Election?



With the November midterm elections comes changes in Congress and state legislatures. While full election results remain in flux, there is the possibility of a shift from unified Democratic control of the White House and Congress to divided power. A split in political control of the federal government raises big questions around what can be feasibly accomplished to address health policy issues in the next two years.

What can we expect for legislating in the next Congress? Are there health policy areas that are ripe for bipartisan solutions to overcome gridlock? What might be targets for oversight from a Republican-led House? What further progress can the Biden Administration make on health care through executive actions?

On Tuesday, November 15, two experts joined series moderator Larry Levitt in a 45-minute discussion looking at what’s ahead for health policy on the Hill, in the Administration, and in the states after the election.

Moderator

  • Larry Levitt, Executive Vice President for Health Policy, KFF

Panelists

KFF’s virtual conversation series, The Health Wonk Shop, features conversations with experts, diving into timely health policy issues for a deeper discussion beyond the news headlines and taking questions from viewers over Zoom.

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