23rd Annual Kovner-Behrman Health Forum
Presented by NYU WagnerNew York City's healthcare landscape continues to present complex challenges for both healthcare providers and residents. Despite increases in the number of New Yorkers who have health insurance, more than half a million residents remain uninsured and they often can't afford the care they need. As a result, the role of public healthcare services in NYC's communities has never been more important.
As we look towards improving healthcare and health for all, what are the key opportunities and threats that our public healthcare system—New York City Health + Hospitals Corporation—faces? And, how does NYC's healthcare landscape compare to those for public healthcare systems in cities throughout the country?
Join us for a discussion with Dr. Mitchell Katz, President and CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals, and Bruce Siegel, President and CEO of America's Essential Hospitals. The speakers will discuss how their systems are setting priorities to address challenges and finding opportunities to meet their missions of providing healthcare for our nation's most vulnerable populations.
Dr. Mitchell Katz, MD
President and CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals
Bruce Siegel, MD, MPH
President and CEO, America's Essential Hospitals
Sherry Glied, PhD
Dean, NYU Wagner
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