Examining Proposals to Expand Public Coverage - KFF Web Briefing

Making Sense of Medicare-For-All and Other Proposals to Expand Public Coverage

Tuesday, May 21
1:00 pm

Kaiser Family Foundation will hold a web briefing to examine health care reforms proposed at the federal level and their implications for the nation’s health care system.

The briefing will feature KFF senior vice presidents Mollyann BrodieTricia Neuman and Larry Levitt (as moderator).

The discussion will address key questions such as:

  • What are the main goals these proposals are trying to achieve?

  • Who would be eligible for coverage?

  • How do they differ?

  • How might the proposals affect people with coverage through employers, Medicare or Medicaid?

  • How would providers be paid?

  • How does the public view such proposals?

  • What are the implications for the 2020 primaries and general election?

The panel will take questions from participants after a brief presentation drawing on KFF’s analysis and polling on the issues, including an interactive side-by-side comparison of nine bills introduced in Congress this year.

Register for the web briefing here.

Jane McNichol