The 2020 Election: What Does it Mean for Healthcare?

Michael Sparer
Michael Sparer
Columbia University

Michael Sparer is a professor and the Chair of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University. He is a two-time winner of the Mailman School’s Student Government Association Teacher of the Year Award, as well as the recipient of a 2010 Columbia University Presidential Award for Outstanding Teaching. He spent seven years as a litigator for the New York City Law Department.

Overview

The 2020 election has enormous implications for the nation’s health care system.  As our next President, Joe Biden has a fundamentally different approach then Donald Trump to nearly every health care issue. From how best to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, to the future of the Affordable Care Act (and efforts to aid the uninsured more generally), to the strategies needed to reduce the high cost of care – changes will be taking place  In this seminar, Professor Michael Sparer examines the contrasting approaches of the two candidates (and their two political parties) and discusses likely next steps for the new Administration.  What are their top priorities likely to be?  What is the likelihood of political success?  What does it all mean for the average American?

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