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Princeton Conference 2014 Sponsors

Aetna Foundation

American Medical Association

Ascension Health

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation

Booz Allen Hamilton

California HealthCare Foundation

The Commonwealth Fund

The Health Industry Forum

Jewish Healthcare Foundation

Kaiser Permanente

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Prior Conference Sponsors

Association of American Medical Colleges

Blue Cross Blue Shield Association

The Brookdale Foundation Group

Center to Champion Nursing in America

Colorado Hospital Association

Federation of American Hospitals

John A. Hartford Foundation

Johnson & Johnson

Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation

Medtronic

Partners HealthCare

Press Ganey

United Health Foundation

THE COUNCIL ON HEALTH CARE ECONOMICS AND POLICY is an independent, non-partisan deliberative body of recognized experts to identify critical issues generated by health system change, analyze the economic impact of such changes, and disseminate findings to national policy makers, health services researchers, industry leaders, and the general public.

 
The Council focuses on economic issues in the realm of health care policy. The Council will also consider the implications of system changes for access to health care services and for quality of care. The Council strives to generate new ideas for improving both the financing and delivery of health care services.

 
The signature Council event is the annual Princeton Conference.  These conferences have served as national platforms for health policy experts to present and debate key issues.  These discussions have led to multiple publications over the past two decades that have helped shape health policy policies and regulation in the United States. 

The annual conference is held in Princeton, New Jersey.  

 

Agendas, speaker presentations and publications from these conferences are available on this website.

News and Events

THE 20th PRINCETON CONFERENCE:

The U.S. Health Care System in Transition

May 22-23. 2013

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Brandeis professor traces efforts to reshape health care

February 9, 2012

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THE 19th PRINCETON CONFERENCE:

States Role in Health Care: Options for Improving Access, Quality, and Lowering the Cost of Care

May 23-24. 2012

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THE 18th PRINCETON CONFERENCE - POLICY BRIEF

Where Do We Go From Here: The Future of Health Reform

May 23-25, 2011

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THE 18th PRINCETON CONFERENCE:

Where Do We Go From Here: The Future of Health Reform

May 23-25, 2011

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THE 17th PRINCETON CONFERENCE - POLICY BRIEF

Examining End of Life Care: Creating Sensible Public Policies for Patients, Providers, and Payers

September 2010

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THE 17th PRINCETON CONFERENCE:

Examining End of Life Care: Creating Sensible Public Policies for Patients, Providers, and Payers

May 19-20, 2010

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THE 16th PRINCETON CONFERENCE - POLICY BRIEF

How Will We Meet the Health Service Needs of an Aging America?

December 2009

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