The health policy world will look quite different under the Biden/Harris administration. This has important implications for the work of Community Health Centers, State and Regional Primary Care Associations and Health Center Controlled Networks in the next four years.

The Geiger Gibson Program is hosting a special four-part series, beginning immediately after the inauguration, exploring federal health policy issues pertinent in the new administration, starting January 21, 2021, right after the next President is sworn in.

Webinars will be hosted by Sara Rosenbaum, JD, the Harold and Jane Hirsch Professor of Health Law and Policy at the George Washington University. Each session will pair front-line health center leaders with leading authorities on national health policy and medically underserved populations, to present up-to-date information and perspectives.

This four-part series will cover the federal health policy issues key to community health centers, health center networks, and state and regional primary care associations.

Part 1: Thursday, January 21 at 12-1 PM EST
The Biden administration’s blueprint for action – what does it mean for health centers and their communities? Presented by Jocelyn Guyer (Manatt Health) and Paloma Hernandez (Urban Health Plan, New York)

Part 2: Tuesday, February 2 at 12-1 PM EST
Insuring all low-income people – where is the administration headed? Presented by Katherine Hayes (Bipartisan Policy Center) and Michael Taylor (Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center, Connecticut)

Part 3: Tuesday, February 16 at 12-1 PM EST
How will reducing health disparities guide administration policymaking? Presented by Jocelyn Guyer and Paloma Hernandez

Part 4: Tuesday, March 2 at 12-1 PM EST
Health policy and immigrant health. Presented by Leighton Ku (GW), Anita Manoian (Retd. Yakima Neighborhood Health Services, Washington), and Anne Kauffman Nolon (Sun River Health, New York)

COST: $300 for the 4-part series
REGISTRATION: Open now through January 19th!