The Office of Alumni Affairs invited Princeton Alumni and Friends to explore current issues in U.S. health care policy reform through a complimentary educational highlight on this topic. Featuring the perspectives of prominent industry leaders, scholars, public policy and government officials, this offering examined policy reform at the national and state levels and served as a special follow-up to the Fall 2009 Alumni Studies program, Health Care in America and Abroad.
All of the recorded presentations that comprised this educational highlight were delivered on campus during the 2010-2011 academic year. Two were independent events, while the remainder served as part of the "Implementing Healthcare Reform" series, co-sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson School and the Center for Health and Wellbeing. All addressed the impact of the current U.S. economic and political climate on the implementation of health care reform, along with its future implications, challenges and opportunities.