The Center for Patient Partnerships at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School invites you to a public lecture:
Trumping Health Care Reform?
Perspectives on the Past, Lessons for the Future
Mark Schlesinger, Ph.D.
Professor of Health Policy at Yale University
Wednesday, May 31, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm, 1335 Health Sciences Learning Center (HSLC)
Stream the Lecture Online at 4 pm here
Online registration is closed. You may register in person starting at 3:30 pm at HSLC.
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Light refreshments will be served after the talk
What role did misperceptions of health care and health insurance play in the 2016 Presidential Election? What is happening with the current Republican health care reform efforts? What do these past events mean for the longer term resilience of the PPACA in the months and years ahead? Where do we go from here? Join the conversation with us on Wednesday, May 31st, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm, in Lecture Hall 1335 Health Science Learning Center, 750 Highland Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin 53705.
About Professor Schlesinger:
Dr. Schlesinger is Professor of Health Policy and a fellow at the Institution for Social and Policy Studies at Yale University and past editor of the Journal of Health Policy, Politics, and Law. Dr. Schlesinger’s research explores the determinants of public opinion about health and social policy, the influence of bounded rationality on medical consumers, the role of nonprofit organizations in American medicine. His recent research initiatives include (a) studying how the changing availability of information on clinicians’ practices alters patients’ choices among doctors, (b) assessing public perceptions of and responses to economic insecurity, (c) explaining the recent rapid expansion in the scope of newborn screening among American states, and (d) understanding why particular collective responses are seen as more or less legitimate for addressing the spread of obesity among Americans. He has consulted to a half dozen federal agencies, several dozen state and local governments, and more than a score of nonprofit organizations concerned with health and social policy. His favored sports include uncompetitive volleyball and unlighted table tennis. More information about Dr. Schlesinger here.
About Bonnie Berman Lectures:
Bonnie Berman was a sustained supporter of the Center for Patient Partnerships. The lecture series is named in her honor.
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