The ties between health policy and healthcare delivery have been critical, but there has been an ongoing tension between state and federal approaches regarding our industry. During the coronavirus pandemic, healthcare crisis relief legislation has been passed to support health systems’ response to the crisis. Additionally, relaxation of legislation has hastened the adoption of interoperability and telemedicine.
In this episode, I speak with Paul Keckley, a healthcare policy analyst and widely known industry expert. Paul is an advisor to healthcare organizations focused on long-term growth, sustainability and advocacy strategies. His past experience includes facilitating sessions between White House Office of Health Reform and major health industry trade groups as private sector input through the Affordable Care Act.
Listen in as we discuss how health policy might shift to support our industry in a post-COVID19 world.