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Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
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In this episode, we are talking about the upcoming 2022 Legislative Session with Cory Meadows, Deputy Executive Vice President and Director of Advocacy for the Kentucky Medical Association. Cory will give us insights into health-related legislation that may be discussed in Frankfort as well as a preview of the KMA legislative priorities.…
 
Representative Lina Ortega is a Democrat representing Texas House District 77 in El Paso. First elected in 2016, Rep. Ortega now serves on three committees – Public Health, House Administration, and Transportation. In this podcast, Representative Ortega discusses priority legislation in the House Public Health Committee, the economics of healthcare…
 
Senator Randi Becker is the Senate Republican Caucus Chair and is a member of the Senate Health & Long Term Care Committee. Rep. Paul Harris is the House Minority Caucus Chair and a member of the House Health Care & Wellness Committee. During this podcast, the two legislators discuss their priority bills, big issues we can expect to be tackled duri…
 
Representative Nicole Macri serves as the Vice Chair of the Washington State House Healthcare & Wellness Committee as well as Vice Chair of the Community Development, Housing & Tribal Affairs Committee.In this podcast, Rep. Macri discusses House healthcare leadership, the dynamics in the House Democratic Caucus, as well as her priorities for the 20…
 
Senator Annette Cleveland is the Chair of the Senate Health & Long Term Care Committee in the Washington State legislature. Sen. Cleveland recently sat down with State of Reform to discuss her district, her views on the upcoming 2018 elections, and some of her key priorities heading into the 2019 legislative session.…
 
Today, Premera Blue Cross and MultiCare announced an alliance that promises a better customer experience while providing the right care at a lower cost through a new product Peak Care. In this podcast, we sit down with Bill Robertson, President and CEO of MultiCare and Dr. John Espinola, Executive Vice President of Healthcare Services for Premera t…
 
Pat Allen was named Director of the Oregon Health Authority last fall. In this episode, he walks us through how he has worked to move the OHA forward, including restructuring at the agency and a renewed focus on behavioral health. He also provides insight into the upcoming CCO procurement as the agency continues its work to improve the health care …
 
Mike Kreidler is the most senior insurance commissioner in the United States, and is one of the most senior, most well-regarded health policy leaders of any state in the country. He joined us for a one-on-one discussion with DJ Wilson to talk though the state of health policy in 2018, and what we might look for in both Olympia and Washington DC.…
 
The policy community has increasingly galvanized around the need to do something about Texas’s poor performance on maternal health. However, that has not been matched by a consensus about the appropriate policy path forward. This podcast includes some of Texas’s most prominent stakeholders in the policy deliberations on improving maternal health.Am…
 
Both in Hawaii and across the country, the problem and challenge of housing insecurity continues to grow, continues to challenge our sense of community, and continues to fall short of the needs of individuals in distress. This podcasts offers some new ideas and talks through legislative approaches to bridge the world of health care with that of hou…
 
Accountable Communities of Health were first adopted in Washington State statute in 2014. Four years later, their promise and progress has had mixed results. This session fosters an honest conversation about the future of these new organizations, and the role they may be expected to play moving forward.Amina Suchoski: Executive Director and VP, Gro…
 
This time of transition challenges leaders to become more creative, more agile, and perhaps more collaborative. This session of executive leaders from Hawaii’s health care sector highlights the principles, strategies, and thinking that underpins the organizational leadership in Hawaii’s health care sector today.Ray Vara: President & Chief Executive…
 
As governor of Maryland, Martin O’Malley led one of the most innovative reform efforts to have been implemented in any state. By moving hospitals to a fixed and predictable payment model, incentives for the organizations were redirected from quantity to a new focus on quality. O’Malley was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President in …
 
John Kitzhaber continues to be one of America’s most important thought leaders on the topic of health reform and health policy. The CCO model Oregon adopted under his governorship remains one of the most ambitious re-designs of the health system in any state. This intimate conversation, moderated by DJ Wilson, includes federal policy, a critique of…
 
The 2018 legislative session is just around the corner. And with a big election year in California, health care politics are becoming even more important. This session will bring you up to speed on what’s happening in Sacramento policy discussions, and point the way towards what to expect in 2018.Kassy Perry: President, Perry CommunicationsDavid Pa…
 
Elections have consequences, and the upcoming mid-term elections in 2018 will be no different. The first Congressional elections of Pres. Trump’s term may signal a retrenchment of support for his politics nationally. Here in California, statewide and legislative races likely push the state farther from alignment with Washington DC.Walter Zelman: Pr…
 
These leaders from both the House and the Senate discussed the policy outcomes from the last session, the work underway in the interim, and looked ahead to the 2018 legislative session during the 2017 Oregon State of Reform Health Policy Conference.Hon. Cedric Hayden: Co-Vice Chair, House Committee on Health CareHon. Tim Knopp: Member, Senate Commi…
 
Legislative Democrats joined this panel at the 2017 Oregon State of Reform Health Policy Conference to talk through their priorities, policies, and plans for the 2018 legislature, both for health care and policy in general.Hon. Laurie Monnes Anderson: Chair, Senate Committee on Health CareHon. Mitch Greenlick: Chair, House Committee on Health CareH…
 
This session turns the tables on health policy discussions in recent years. Instead of answering questions, former Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber will be asking them of some of Oregon’s most important players in the health care and health policy worlds. Where is Oregon health care going? Why does policy making appear so difficult? What are the answ…
 
Few members of Oregon’s policy and political community are as well regarded as former Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski. He is the only person to have served in all three branches of Oregon’s government, having been elected to the Supreme Court and the Legislature, in addition to the Governor’s mansion.Governor Kulongoski joined us at our 2017 Oregon Stat…
 
Knute Buehler is a declared candidate for the Republican nomination for governor in the 2018 general election. He represents Bend in the Oregon House of Representatives, and is trained as an orthopedic surgeon. He joined us as our Morning Keynote at the 2017 Oregon State of Reform Health Policy Conference on Oct. 11 in Portland. He offered prepared…
 
Health reform may have stalled in Washington DC, but that doesn’t mean the reform conversation is complete. Whether the US moves to an ACA 2.0 model, or a system that is wholly different from the ACA, reform after the ACA will continue. This group of thought leaders outlined the options, principles, and possibilities for the healthcare system after…
 
Lori Wing-Heier is the Walker Administration’s point person for the stabilization and support of the commercial insurance market. As part of his health policy team, she also has a window into what the Administration is doing related to purchasing of health benefits, to Medicaid reform, and to changes to the administrative code. As our afternoon key…
 
US Senator Dan Sullivan has played an active part, if behind the scenes, in working to make sure that any health reform legislation in the Senate protects and improves Alaska’s health care system. The junior Senator from Alaska served as our Morning Keynote speaker via Skype at our 2017 Alaska State of Reform Health Policy Conference in Anchorage o…
 
This panel includes stakeholders from across the spectrum of system-level innovation in Washington State. From Medicaid to counties, health plans to the State, things are changing in healthcare but it’s not always clear that the visions are aligned to be able to achieve real transformation. This panel of some of the leading experts in the state joi…
 
All “Four Corners” of the legislature were represented in this lunchtime discussion about the state of our politics at our 2017 Inland Northwest State of Reform Health Policy Conference in Spokane on Sept. 13. After the longest legislative session on record, and a time of coarsening national politics, these four leaders - each deeply esteemed by th…
 
Mike Kreidler, Washington State's Insurance Commissioner, joined us as our morning keynote speaker at our 2017 Inland Northwest State of Reform Health Policy Conference in Spokane on Sept. 13. He shared some prepared remarks, then sat down for Q&A with DJ Wilson and members of the audience. He touched on his recent testimony before the US Senate HE…
 
Peter Adler, President of Molina Healthcare of Washington sat down with us in Spokane at our Inland Northwest Health Policy Conference in mid-September. As President of the largest carrier on the Exchange in Washington State, Peter talks us through Molina's role in Washington, and on the national level. He is also dialed in to many innovation and r…
 
We hosted our 2017 Inland Northwest State of Reform Health Policy Conference in Spokane on Sept. 13. This panel, Policy Leadership: Republicans followed our lunch keynote, which was a four-cornered, bipartisan and bicameral discussion, provides insight into what policies and issues might resurface in the 2018 session.We welcomed Senator Ann Rivers,…
 
We hosted our 2017 Inland Northwest State of Reform Health Policy Conference in Spokane on Sept. 13. This panel, Policy Leadership: Democrats is always well-attended and provides attendees the chance to ask state legislators questions about health policy. We welcomed Senator Patty Kuderer, assistant ranking member on the Senate Health Care Committe…
 
We interviewed Alaska State Representative Geran Tarr back in early August. Rep. Tarr co-chaired the House Resources Committee last legislative session, and served on the House Health & Social Services Committee. Rep. Tarr talks us through the budget deal, federal health care reform efforts, and what it means to be an Alaska Democrat.…
 
Representative Marcus Oshiro served as a Democratic member of the Hawaii House of Representatives since 1995, stepping down last week after Governor Ige appointed him to the Hawaii Labor Relations Board as Chairperson and Representative of the Public.Before his appointment, we sat down with then-Rep. Oshiro at the Council of State Governments Confe…
 
Pat Clarey, Chief State Health Programs & Regulatory Relations Officer, HealthNet, Don Crane, Chief Executive Offiver, CAPG and Diana Dooley, Secretary, California Health and Human Services made up our Lunch Executive Keynote Panel at our 2017 Northern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference.What does the path ahead look like for Califo…
 
At our 2017 Northern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference, we heard from Jason Burke, Vice President, 3M, John Molina, Chief Financial Officer, Molina Healthcare, and Ken Thorpe, Chair, Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease at our Executive Keynote Morning Panel.While the Congressional Republicans had pulled their health reform bill, …
 
For part two of our California legislator podcast, we hear from Assemblymember Jim Patterson, member of the Assembly Health Committee, and Assemblymember Frank Bigelow, Vice Chair of the Assembly Appropriations Committee. They were panelists at our 2017 Northern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference. They spoke to the changing nature …
 
With strong majorities in the California Assembly and Senate, legislative Democrats have a range of health policy options to consider. We welcomed Senator Ed Hernandez, Chair of the Senate Health Committee, and Assemblymember Jim Wood, Chair of the Assembly Health Committee as panelists at our 2017 Northern California State of Reform Health Policy …
 
We sat down with James Capretta, the Milton Friedman Chair at the American Enterprise Institute in this podcast to talk about the American Health Care Act. He walks us through how the AHCA would work if implemented, points out some of the AHCA's shortfalls and his suggestions, and its possible political consequences for both Republicans and Democra…
 
Former Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber joined us at our 2017 Northern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference as our afternoon keynote speaker. He discussed the pathways forward for states like California as they seek to continue progress of reform started by the ACA.Drawing upon his four decades of health policy experience, including re…
 
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