Health Care Policy, Part 1
This discussion was part of a policy forum hosted by the American Enterprise Institute, the Brookings Institution, and the Pacific Business Group on Health.
Representative Michael Burgess (R-TX), a physician and chair of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health, talked about Republican efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. He said he was open to allowing states keep their Medicaid expansion. Following his remarks and a question and answer period, health care benefits officials for major companies such as Boeing, Walmart and Wells Fargo talked about the challenges of keeping their work force healthy and providing affordable employer based insurance plans costs.
People in this video
Joseph Antos Scholar American Enterprise Institute->Health Care and Retirement Policy
Michael C. Burgess U.S. Representative [R] Texas
Elli Dai Senior Vice President and Head Wells Fargo Bank->Corporate Benefits
Yvette Fontenot Deputy Director (Former) Department of Health and Human Services->Office of Health Reform
Alice M. Rivlin Director (Former) Office of Management and Budget
Sally Welborn Senior Vice President Wal-Mart Stores->Benefits
Jeff White Director Boeing Company->Healthcare Strategy
- American Enterprise InstituteAmerican Enterprise Institute
- Brookings InstitutionBrookings Institution
- Pacific Business Group on HealthPacific Business Group on Health
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