The outcome of the 2020 Presidential election will have an enormous impact on the future of healthcare and public health reform in the United States. Will health coverage be expanded or diminished? Will Americans gain or lose access to critical health and public health services?
The speakers in this session will address critical questions on health and healthcare following the election.
- Timothy Westmoreland, Georgetown University Law Center
- Matthew Rose, Health GAP (Global Access Project)
- Diane Rowland, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Lawrence Gostin, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law
The O’Neill Institute Colloquium is an annual discussion series that addresses the most important health law issues of the day. This event is co-sponsored by Georgetown University Global Health Initiative (GHI).