Time Zone: UTC-8 | US 6:00 PM PDT
Registration ends 1 hour before program starts.
Join us for a virtual medical panel discussion about whether the COVID-19 crisis will end up trimming some of the waste out of America’s health-care system or changing it more fundamentally.
For this 10th Annual Lundberg Institute Lecture, previous TLI lecturers will join Dr. George Lundberg in a reprise of some of the health-care topics covered in the last 10 years, including medical treatment of the dying, Medicare for All, improving the quality of health care and patient safety, decreasing diagnostic and treatment errors, and removing “business ethics” as a model for health-care management. The TLI panel will also compare the health-care platforms of the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates.
M.D., Former President and CEO, Institute for Healthcare Improvement; Former Administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
M.D., MPH, Chief Healthcare Transformation Officer and Senior Executive Vice President, Atlas Research, Inc.; Former Under Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Former Director, California Department of Health Services
Editor in Chief, Cancer Commons; Editor at Large, Medscape; Executive Adviser, Cureus; Clinical Professor of Pathology, Northwestern University; President and Chair, The Lundberg Institute
Ph.D., Director, Center for Effectiveness and Safety Research, Kaiser Permanente
M.D., Emergency Physician; Visiting Professor of Health Policy and Management, Milken School of Public Health, George Washington University; Former Commissioner of Health, Baltimore City; TED MED Speaker; Author, When Doctors Don’t Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests
Author, Conversations with Socrates—Moderator
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