Sarah Kliff covers health policy for
the Washington Post. Sarah joined the Post in August 2011 from Politico,
where she authored Politico Pulse, a daily health policy tipsheet.
Prior to Politico, Sarah was a staff writer at Newsweek covering
national politics. Her writing has appeared in National Geographic, the
BBC, Humanities Magazine and St. Louis Magazine. She is the recipient of
fellowships from the Kaiser Family Foundation and University of
Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism.
The Plenary is titled "The Dream of Reason: National Opportunities for Healthcare Innovation". During the session, Sarah Kliff highlighted national health reform and policy efforts related to collaborative care and primary care. She reviewed the implications of
some of the most significant healthcare legislation this country has
seen, and described the near horizon of potential policy changes that would benefit collaborative care. Sarah Kliff's introduction was provided by CFHA's President, Dr. Benjamin Miller.
|Live Blog- During the 2012 conference, CFHA introduced both podcasts and live blogs of our plenary sessions. The bloggers for Sarah Kliff's plenary were Dr. Ajantha Jayabarathan and Dr. Benjamin Miller|
Read their post here.