Despite the ferocious partisanship that too often characterizes health policy discussions in the United States, temperate experts on both sides of the political aisle are thinking about what needs to happen, how it can get done, and where they can forge effective partnerships. Health is likely to be a central part of the 2020 election season as Democrats and Republicans refine their positions on Medicare, Medicaid, insurance coverage expansion, reproductive health, the cost of pharmaceuticals, and more. Health policy journalist Julie Rovner and her co-hosts on KHN’s “What the Health?” talk to top strategists, one from each political party, about the role of health care in the coming election. What do these insiders expect to see about health on the campaign trail? (Underwritten by Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA)
Chris JenningsFounder and President, Jennings Policy Strategies; Senior Fellow, Bipa...
Julie RovnerChief Washington Correspondent, Kaiser Health News
Margot Sanger-KatzHealth Care Correspondent, The New York Times
Joanne KenenExecutive Editor, Health Care, POLITICO
Lanhee ChenPublic Policy Fellow
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