The Future of Healthcare in America with Thomas Miller

Thomas Miller
Thursday, February 22, 2018 – 11:45am, Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum
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Healthcare in America is a highly contentious topic, with best practices and policies not always easy to determine, even within party lines. The Dreier Roundtable is proud to bring Thomas Miller of the American Enterprise Institute to address current policy issues surrounding healthcare, the challenges of structuring incentives, and opportunities for lawmakers to be innovative as they examine policy alternatives.

Thomas Miller is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington, DC where he studies health care policy, including regulatory barriers to choice and competition, market-based alternatives to the Affordable Care Act, health care litigation, and the political economy of health care reform. As a former senior health economist for the Joint Economic Committee in Congress, Miller was previously a trial attorney and a journalist. Miller has testified before Congress on the uninsured, health care costs, Medicare cost sharing, high-risk pools, health care competition, health insurance tax credits, and the individual mandate.