As the Obama Administration and the 111th Congress prepare to reform health care, join us for a briefing and round table discussion of what might be done to ensure that comparative effectiveness is implemented in a manner that protects innovation.

Principals and staff from National Health Advisors (NHA) will offer insights into the framework for the debate, the Congressional agenda, potential positions and communication strategies in Congress and the federal regulatory agencies.


Private Equity Sponsors of companies in the Medical Device, Biotechnology, and Pharmaceutical sectors, as well as representatives from their portfolio companies. 

Briefings will include perspectives from the following NHA personnel:

Comparative Effectiveness in Current Coverage,
Coding and Payment Policies Public and Private
Leslie Norwalk 
Former Acting Administrator - Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, EBG Advisors/NHA

Approaches on Congress' Agenda
Bill Oldaker 
Oldaker, Belair & Wittie, LLP/NHA

What Constitutes Evidence -- and How Can it be Measured?
Joel Brill, MD 
EBG Advisors/NHA
Paul Campbell 
EBG Advisors/NHA

There is no fee to attend this event.

Please RSVP no later than January 19, 2009.

If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Sunshine
at 202.861- 1872, or
 For more information or to register, click here.

Event Detail

This event has been postponed. Harvard Club
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