Senior healthcare leaders from across Michigan will convene at the Lansing Center for the 2022 Michigan State of Reform Health Policy Conference on April 21 to discuss health policy and topical issues across the spectrum of care. The day-long event, which kicks off at 9 a.m., will feature more than 60 speakers and 19 different sessions.
Focused on bridging the gap between healthcare policy and political reality, the Michigan event will bring practitioners, thought leaders, and policymakers–each working to improve our healthcare system in their own way–into a unified conversation. The Michigan-specific agenda and speaker list were driven by input from State of Reform’s Stakeholder and Convening Panel of Michigan healthcare leaders.
Experts from the Michigan Primary Care Association, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Michigan Health and Hospital Association, and Michigan Association of Health Plans, among others, will discuss a number of timely topics including:
- Equity, diversity and maternal health
- The challenges facing the healthcare workforce
- The future of Medicaid
- COVID and its impact on deferred care
- New models in care delivery