What were the biggest accomplishments in health care in 2013 and what progress do you hope to see in 2014?
12.19.13 | By Christopher W. Hansen
When we launched Conversations in June of this year, our goal was to blend formal contributors with an ongoing opportunity for experts and thought leaders to weigh in on a broad range of high-level policy topics. The forum has been a tremendous success. So far this year, we have seen 19 unique questions with over 90 responses from a variety of thought leaders and stakeholders, both inside and outside of the healthcare space.
For our last Conversations question in 2013, our twentieth question, we decided to do things a little differently. On Thursday, December 12, I was fortunate to be joined by Chris Hansen, President of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, Myrl Weinberg, Chief Executive Officer of the National Health Council, and Chip Kahn, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Federation of American Hospitals for a roundtable discussion looking back at 2013 and even ahead into 2014. Moderating the discussion, I started with the following question: What were the biggest accomplishments in health care in 2013 and what progress do you hope to see in 2014?