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Princeton Conference XVI (2009)

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

May 20-21, 2009

The Sixteenth Princeton Conference was held at The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in Princeton, NJ on May 20-21, 2009. At this conference, nationally recognized experts spoke about the workforce, care delivery models, financing, and other important issues of the aging American population.

There were a total of 8 sessions, which included:

  • Supply and demand for major health professions
  • Current trends and innovative models of care delivery
  • Financing health services: Current and future trends
  • How do other countries provide services to their aging populations?
  • Initiatives to implement the IOM Recommendations
  • Cure and care in the last years of life
  • Health services needs of aging minorities
  • Where are we going from here?

Agenda

Princeton Conference XVI Agenda

Policy Brief

Princeton Conference XVI Policy Brief: How Will We Meet the Health Service Needs of an Aging America?

Findings from the 16th Princeton Conference, May 20-21, 2009
By Jeffrey Sussman, MPH, MA and Stuart Altman, Ph.D.

Publication Date: December 2009

Presentations

  • Supply and Demand for Physicians
    David B. Reuben, MD
    Archstone Foundation Chair and Professor
    David Geffen School of Medicine at University of California, Los Angeles

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