The Netflixing of healthcare: The rise of direct primary care and what it means for the rest of the healthcare system
Membership-based direct primary care models are rising in popularity. What’s driving this growth and what does it mean for the rest of the healthcare system?

A Wisconsin Health News Panel will take a deep dive into this emerging model, which was the focus of a recent legislative study committee and has spurred legislation.

Tuesday, November 13
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
The Madison Club
Madison, WI


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Non-Subscriber - $40


Healthcare is poised to play a central role in the 2018 state and federal elections, and the results could reverberate across Wisconsin.

Democrats are hoping a blue wave will put the brakes on President Trump’s attack on the Affordable Care Act, but if Republicans retain control of Congress, it may seal the law’s fate. Meanwhile, the races for Governor and the Legislature are certain to shape the future of healthcare for years to come.

A panel of the state’s top healthcare lobbyists will analyze what’s at stake for the Badger State and preview their priorities for the coming year. 


• Eric Borgerding, CEO, Wisconsin Hospital Association

• Dr. Bud Chumbley, CEO, Wisconsin Medical Society

• Stephanie Harrison, CEO, Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association

• John Sauer, CEO, LeadingAge Wisconsin

• Nancy Wenzel, CEO, Wisconsin Association of Health Plans

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