Beyond Coverage: After the ACA
This event was part of the School of Public Health’s 2016-17 Dean’s Speaker Series and the 2016-17 Kaiser Permanente Lecture Series.
We have a new Administration and a single-party Congress, yet Americans still have not begun to connect the dots between our fragmented, market-based healthcare system and the nation’s failure to promote public health. The media’s role in shifting the topic of conversation from the politics of coverage to a new paradigm for health and healthcare has never been more vital. This talk featured Shannon Brownlee, a nationally known writer, and essayist, regarding the national conversation we need once we are done talking about the Affordable Care Act.
Date: February 23, 2017
Photography by: Joanna Garcia
Location: University Hall