Past Healthcare Symposiums

"Value of Innovative Drugs"


"Biosimilars: Boon or Bane?"


"The Future of the Biopharmaceutical Industry"


"Global Challenges to Pharmaceutical Reimbursements"




Transforming the Delivery of Care
Jonathan Blum, Principal Deputy Administrator, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

The Affordable Care Act: Healthcare Reform 101
Gail R. Wilensky, Project HOPE


"Regulations and Reimbursements: The Future of the Bio-Pharmaceutical Industry"


This event featured Keynote Speaker former Congressman, James C. Greenwood, President & CEO of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO). The Program also included presentations from academic, healthcare experts, as well as high-level executives with solid experience in this space and provided  opportunities to share the knowledge of the bio-pharma industry experts.


"Problems and Prospects of the Pharmaceutical Industry"


Made possible by The Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center for the Study of Pharmaceutical Management Issues at Rutgers Business School


Symposium: Obama & McCain on American Healthcare 2008 and Beyond


Rutgers Business School brought together the senior healthcare advisers to Senators Barack Obama and John McCain to outline and compare the presidential candidates’ proposed healthcare plans, and to address questions about the future of the American healthcare system, at the school’s fourth annual healthcare symposium. In their only scheduled joint appearance of the campaign, David Cutler, PhD, Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics at Harvard University, adviser to Sen. Obama’s campaign, and contributor to the Obama Healthcare Plan, represented Obama; and Gail Wilensky, PhD, senior fellow for Project HOPE, adviser to Sen. McCain’s presidential campaign, and contributor to the McCain Healthcare Plan, represented McCain.

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