WASHINGTON, May 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On Wednesday, May 14th, the Aspen Institute Health Stewardship Project will release the responses from the presidential candidates, John McCain, Barack Obama, and Hillary Rodham Clinton, to a questionnaire on health care reform. The project's director and co-chairs will provide analysis of the candidates' responses and discuss the findings of a related, newly commissioned poll by Zogby International.
The co-chairs will comment on where the candidates hit the mark and where they fall short. Representatives from the campaigns also have been invited to speak. Briefing details are as follows:
WHO: Michelle McMurry, MD, PhD
Director, Aspen Institute Health Stewardship Project
Christine Todd Whitman,
Former governor of New Jersey; Founder, Whitman Strategy Group
President and CEO, Regence BlueCross BlueShield
Robert Honigberg, MD, MBA
Chief Medical Officer, GE Healthcare
Elizabeth Teisberg, PhD
Author and Associate Professor, University of Virginia Darden School of Business
WHEN: Wednesday, May 14, at Noon
WHERE: U.S. Senate Russell Office Building, Room 385
RSVP: Please contact Noah Bartolucci at firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Lunch will be provided.
BACKGROUND: Launched in October 2007, the Aspen Health Stewardship Project is a bipartisan initiative tasked with reframing and broadening the national dialogue on health care reform leading up to the 2008 presidential election and beyond. The project co-chairs are Whitman, Ganz, Teisberg and Joe Hogan, president and CEO of GE Healthcare. The project also features an advisory board of top physicians, scholars, health policy experts and information technology leaders. For more information, visit http://www.AspenHealthStewardship.com.
|SOURCE The Aspen Institute|
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