The Choice 2016: What Does it Mean for Health and Health Care?

The upcoming US presidential election is likely to have significant implications for health and health care. On the domestic front, the choice could influence efforts to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, reform Medicare, prepare for natural and manmade emergencies, and support cutting-edge research at the National Institutes of Health. Globally, funding for pandemic responses, HIV and malaria initiatives, and humanitarian aid are affected by presidential budget requests. The president also makes key global health appointments, and plays a leadership role on climate change. How might the election influence health policy, and the state of the world’s health?

UNDERWRITTEN BY BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON

Festival: Spotlight Health 2016

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