Council on Health Care Economics and Policy

Princeton Conference XXIII (2016)

Where Is the U.S. Health Care System Going: Can We Improve Value?
May 24-26, 2016


Speaker Biographies

Conference Report


Session I: Health Insurance Exchanges: Value and Concerns - Lower Costs, Limited Networks and Higher Out-of-Pocket Expenses

Session II: ACOs and Social Determinants of Health

Session III: The Growing Aged Population: Improving the Hospital Experience of Older Adults

Session IV: Behavioral and Physical Health Integration: Improving Value and Access

Session V: The Path to Value-Based Payment: Where Are We Now and How Should We Proceed?

Session VI: Political Forecast – The Possible Impact Of the 2016 Elections on the Health System

Session VII: The Role of Regions and States in Health Reform

Session VIII: Latest Trends in Healthcare Spending

Session IX: Pharmaceuticals: CCan or Should We Do Anything about Rising Drug Costs? The Value Proposition