Clifford Barnes, Member of the Firm, speaks on “Rethinking Health Reform and the Role of Medicaid in Advancing Health Equity,” as part of the American University Washington College of Law’s Future of Health Care Series.

The Health Law and Policy Program is pleased to present the second event in its new series of panel discussions examining trends, challenges, and opportunities in health care and the role of law and policy. The Future of Health Care series is presented in partnership with the American Health Law Association and the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics and highlights both practitioner and scholar perspectives on timely topics.

In this program, panelists discuss health reform and the role of Medicaid in advancing health equity, including structural considerations, coverage, innovations and payment, and social determinants of health. Health Law and Policy Program Director Asha Scielzo moderate the discussion. For more information and to register, please visit

Event Detail

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET
Online via Zoom
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