This lecture is FREE to PLATO members and their guests.
Free enclosed parking.
Registration is not required.
Review of Past Healthcare Reforms
We start with the first Federal intervention in 1798 and continue through various designed and inadvertent interventions into the healthcare system. This journey will make stops in the 1940’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, 1990’s, 2000’s, 2010 and today.
What Makes the US population Unique?
We will define the unique cost drivers within the US population that set us apart from both the Canadian and Western European systems. Then we will apply these concepts to the Affordable Care Act, and the modifications made since it became law.
Possible Future Healthcare Plans
We will review the current Proposals, such as: "Medicare for All", "Buy in to either Medicare or Medicaid" and "the Public Plan Option" and other proposals.
We will leave plenty of time for discussion.
Speaker, Coach & Instructor
For over 40 years David has made presentations on a diverse portfolio of topics including Health Care Reform.
Currently, David is an Associate Facility member of The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research. The topics that David presents to Insurance Companies executives and their agents include Health Insurance & Employee Benefit Concepts, and Ethics.
As a noted resource on Health Care Systems/Delivery/Financing, David has presented to the National and WI State Associations of Health Underwriters, and many insurance agencies and companies on Health Care Reform.
In addition, David leads classes on Health Care in conjunction with various Chambers of Commerce, most recently, Monroe WI and the Latino Chamber of South-Central WI.
Location & Parking Instructions:
Oakwood Village University Woods Auditorium/Arts Center
6205 Mineral Point Road
Madison, Wisconsin 53705
Free parking is available in designated spaces at Oakwood Village - University Woods outdoors & underground.
To access underground parking:
- Enter at the stoplight on Mineral Point Rd.; take the left fork & go to the SECOND driveway on the right. Look for the sign indicating parking.
- Press the button located next to the garage door to speak to attendant; say you are there for a PLATO Lecture.
- Park in any available Visitor space.
Questions? Contact information: Tim Otis email@example.com