Bob Laszewski speaks to many groups each year. These meetings include physicians, hospital executives,
employer benefit managers, insurer leaders, and investors.
Most groups are interested in a Bob's perspective on the changing U.S. health care system including the impact
of and outlook for Obamacare, the evolution in employer-provided benefits, the movement to alternative systems of payment
and the impact that will have on providers, and the short- and long-term changes the federal deficit will have on health care.
Never have we seen
so much simultaneous change in the health care markets. Just as we're trying to digest all of the changes from Obamacare,
health care providers are faced with the prospect of having to adapt to entirely new methods of payment. Employers have also
come to a crossroads in providing benefits to their workers now that the federal government is willing to provide health insurance
and just as employers are seriously considering defined contribution arrangements.
Which of these trends will survive, which will remain but evolve more slowly, and what will the market look
like in the years to come?
audiences are also interested in Bob's inside the beltway perspective. Will Republicans repeal Obamacare or ultimately work
with Democrats to improve it? What will the courts ultimately do to the law and what impact would judicial action have on
Laszewski's perspective is unique because he has twenty years of experience in the health care market and twenty years
experience as a Washington, DC insider.