2017 5th Annual BRI Student Leadership Conference
St. Louis University—PANEL: Scope of Practice and the Future of Medicine
Doctoring on your terms, by Dr. Julie Gunther
Hippocratic medicine in the age of population health, by Dr. Michel Accad
Healing our healers through the patient-doctor relationship, by Dr. Beth Haynes
2016-2017 Debates and Speakers
Marian University DEBATE: Does the Affordable Care Act help or hurt doctors and their patients?
2016 Leadership Conference
Keynote: “Fighting for People” by Arthur C. Brooks, president, AEI
Equal is UNfair: America’s misguided fight against income inequality, by Don Watkins
Physician advocates at the state level, by Meg Edison, MD
The chronically homeless: Who they are and how to help them, by Sally Satel and Kevin Corinth
How to achieve sustainable Medicaid reform, by Thomas P. Miller, JD
Why BRI supports a free market approach to healthcare policy, by Jules Madrigal-Dersch, MD
Healthcare and Poverty, by Robert Doar
Death of Eros: The real crisis in medicine, by Venu Julapalli, MD
Health policy and hospital care for marginalized groups, by Benedic N. Ippolito
Strengthening Medicaid to protect protect the most vulnerable, by Joshua Trent
Medicine as a career: Why do we do it?, Richard Armstrong, MD
Health Policy Internships: The Missing Piece to Medical School, by John Flo
How to run a successful BRI chapter, by Mary Kathryn Hahn
BRI Chapter Communication Strategies, by Alicia Seggelink
Improving Patient-Provider Relationships through Telemedicine: Epharmix, by Eric Sink
Healthcare in rural Nigeria, by Aishat Olanlege
Healthcare Economics from an Austrian Perspective, by Andrew Widener
The Ultimate Doctor Podcast, by Joshua de Gastyne
Economics in Healthcare Policy: An Analysis of Two Viewpoints, by Trenton Schmale
2015-2016 Debates and Speakers
Ohio State debate: Government Healthcare vs Free Market
Stony Brook School of Medicine — DEBATE: What is the government’s role in healthcare?
GWU debate: Free Market vs Government-run Healthcare
University of Colorado debate: Is “Colorado Care” right for Colorado?
Albert Einstein College of Medicine debate: Is single-payer healthcare right for America?
St. Louis Debate: Single-payer effective in reducing cost and improving healthcare
Icahn debate: For-Profit healthcare is better for patients
Louisville Healthcare Panel Discussion
Poverty as a Determinant of Health — Markets as the Cure, Dr. Beth Haynes, M.D.
2015 Leadership Conference
Keynote by David Goldhill
“Power Without Knowledge” by Michael Daugherty
“Medicare Reform” by Alyene Senger
“Medicaid & Healthcare Reform” by Nina Owcharenko
“Electronic Medical Records and HITECH Law” by Mike Koriwchak, MD
“Direct Primary Care” by Josh Umbehr, MD
“American Health Care Policy” by Richard Armstrong, MD
“Reforming Graduate Medical Education in the US” by John S. O’Shea, MD
“How a Primary Care Revolution Could Save American Healthcare” by Lee Gross, MD
“Tax Policy and Insurance Markets” by Ed Haislmaier
Student Leader Presentations
Dr. Benjamin Rush (Dr. Craig Jurgensen) keynote
Dartmouth – Physician-aided dying
Toledo – Healthcare is better in a profit-based system
OHSU – Is “Right to Try” Right for Oregon?
Georgetown – Markets or Mandates?
Louisville – Future of Healthcare: Single-payer vs. Private Direct Pay
Debates: 2013 - 2014
OSU – Sale of human organs?
GWU – Can the ACA be mended?
Yale – How should physicians be paid?
CU – IPAB the way to control Medicare spending?
Albany – Single payer or private insurance? (audio)
Wisconsin – Defined Contribution Reform
Rowan – Need to reform the reform?
Icahn – Malpractice and Quality
UT: Does healthcare require government intervention?
Speaker Series: 2013 - 2014
Dr. Haynes speaks to “hearts and minds” 6/10/2014
Ralph Weber at Louisville School of Medicine 1/30/2014
Dr. Todd Fredricks at Ohio University 10/19/2013
Lee Gross, MD, presents Epiphany Health to AMSA 10/12/2013
Sen. Rand Paul at University of Louisville 8/22/2013
Speaker Series - Archive
2013: Dr. Mark Lebar: Philosophical Rights and Healthcare
2013: Dr. Richard Vedder: Economics of Healthcare Reform
2011: Tom Stossell: Physician-industry Collaboration
2012: Rep. Tom Price, MD: Nexus of Medicine & Politics
Debates - Archive
Louisville Healthcare Panel Discussion
2013 Debate: Yale – Health Care Costs
2013 Debate: U of Penn – Maintenance of Certification
2013 Debate: Ohio State – Physician / Industry Collaboration
2013 Debate: Mt. Sinai — Medicare and Medicaid
2012 Debate: GWU – Social Justice
2009 Panel: accessible, affordable, quality healthcare
2009 Debate: Texas A & M — Increased government role improves healthcare?
2009 Debate: Stanford – Free Markets
2009 Debate: Harvard — Fed. Gov. Responsibility
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