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“The 2020 Election and the Future of U.S. Health Care”

Just hours ahead of the first presidential debate, Case Western Reserve University faculty experts in law, medicine, business and political science will examine one of the most significant factors in the coming election: the future of health care in the United States.

Titled “The 2020 Election and the Future of U.S. Health Care,” the event will be held Tuesday, Sept. 29, at noon.

The expert panel will deliberate what comes next for the Affordable Care Act and other potential reform efforts in the coming years. Topics will include the candidates’ plans for making health care more affordable, changes to Medicaid, the tension between increasing access for the uninsured and controlling costs for the insured, the future of employer-sponsored health insurance and the candidates’ approaches to reproductive rights.

Register for the event.