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HSC's 13th Annual Wall Street Comes to Washington Conference

Date and Time: July 9, 2008
9:00 a.m. - noon.
Registration and continental
breakfast at 8:30 a.m.
Location: J.W. Marriott
1331 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. (Directions)
Who: Attendees from government, academia and industry.
Cost: There is no cost for this, or any, HSC conference.

The 13th annual Wall Street Comes to Washington conference will feature roundtable discussions with Wall Street health care industry analysts and Washington health policy analysts. Panelists include:

  • Paul B. Ginsburg, HSC President (Moderator)
  • Christine Arnold, Morgan Stanley
  • Robert Berenson, The Urban Institute
  • Matthew Borsch, Goldman Sachs
  • Adam Feinstein, Lehman Brothers
  • Geoffrey E. Harris, Cerimon Fund
  • Robert Laszewski, Health Policy and Strategy Associates
  • Kevin Ponton, The Dreyfus Corp.
  • Joshua Raskin, Lehman Brothers

Panelists will discuss the broad trends shaping the health care system, including underlying health care spending trends and insurance premium trends; Medicare Advantage, especially the role of private fee-for-service plans; the potential impact of the presidential election on health care reform; the state of consumer-directed health plans; employer and health plans' focus on wellness and prevention activities; and the state of hospital-physician relations.

Audience members will have an opportunity to question the experts.

Registration for this conference is now closed.


HSC's 13th Annual Wall Street Comes to Washington Conference

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