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From The Hill: U.S. Healthcare’s Annual Checkup

    The Future of Health Care

    2023 Fall Summit

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    The Hill’s biannual health care summit exploring the intersection of health and politics is taking place Thursday, December 7. On the agenda at this important event will be pressing issues such as the doctor shortage, rising health care costs and the consequences of an aging population. Game-changing treatments for cancer and weight-loss drugs and the role of AI in healthcare will also be up for discussion. This is an opportunity to shed light on current concerns that are affecting the health and wellness of Americans.

    By engaging opinion leaders and decision-makers in Washington, and across the country, this event will deliver a panoramic view of perspectives on health care. Speakers include top-level federal, state and local officials, private industry leaders and subject experts.


    In-person at National Press Club First Amendment Room, 529 14th St. NW, 13th Floor, Washington, DC 20045 & streaming nationally


    Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-FL), Chair, Ways & Means Subcommittee on Health
    Rep. Robin Kelly (D-IL), Co-Lead, Congressional Caucus on Black Women & Girls 
    Ramsey Alwin, President & CEO, National Council on Aging
    Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, President, American Medical Association
    Julie Louise Gerberding, CEO, Foundation for the The National Institutes of Health
    Nancy Glick, Director, Food & Nutrition Policy, National Consumers League
    Dr. Céline Gounder, Editor-at-Large, Public Health, KFF Health News; Medical Contributor, CBS News
    Dr. Clifford Hudis, Chief Executive Officer, American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
    Dr. Karen Knudsen, CEO, American Cancer Society & American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN)
    Lori Reilly, Chief Operating Officer, PhRMA

    • Bill Cusack, Editor-In-Chief, The Hill
    • Cheyenne Daniels, Race & Politics Reporter, The Hill