The major provisions of the Affordable Care Act that increase access to private and public health insurance will occur in 2014. At this event, Vivian Ho, Ph.D., who leads the Health Policy Forum, will discuss the latest research from around the country on how rates of health insurance coverage are expected to change and how much health insurance premiums will increase. She will explore which individuals and companies may spend more or less for health care, as well as describe the role of newly created health insurance exchanges in the market for insurance coverage. The ongoing changes in payment incentives under Medicare and Medicaid that are influencing health care providers will also be examined.
Cost of attendance for the general public is $50. Health Policy Forum and Roundtable members receive complimentary admission.
- HPF and Roundtable members: Please register by email to email@example.com by Wednesday, June 26.
- Guests: Register below by Wednesday, June 26.
Speaker Vivian Ho
Vivian Ho, Ph.D., is the James A. Baker III Institute Chair in Health Economics, a professor in the Department of Economics at Rice University and a professor in the Department of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. Ho’s research examines the effects of economic incentives and regulations on the quality …
Vivian Ho, Ph.D., is the James A. Baker III Institute Chair in Health Economics, a professor in the Department of Economics at Rice University and a professor in the Department of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. Ho’s research examines the effects of economic incentives and regulations on the quality and costs of health care. Her research is widely published in economics, medical and health services research journals. Ho’s research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the American Cancer Society.
Ho has served on the Board of Scientific Counselors for the National Center for Health Statistics, as well as on the NIH Health Services, Outcomes and Delivery study section. She is also a founding board member of the American Society for Health Economists. Ho received her A.B. in economics from Harvard University, a graduate diploma in economics from The Australian National University and a Ph.D. in economics from Stanford University.