Health System Capacity and Access to Care
Panel Discussion on the Demand for Care and Expanding Health Provider Capacity

In this discussion, panelists Tom DeLeire, Peter Cunningham and Ian Hill consider the possible growth in demand for health care under the Affordable Care Act, and our network of hospitals and medical professionals will be able to meet that demand. 

DeLeire is a Professor of Public Policy at Georgetown University, Cunningham is a Senior Fellow and Director of Quantitative Research at the Center for Studying Health System Change, and Hill is a research fellow with the Urban Institute.

Provider Capacity and the ACA
Ian Hill, Urban Institute

In this presentation, Ian Hill discusses how health care providers will meet the new need created by the Affordable Care Act, and how states are planning to cope with the higher demand for care. Hill is a research fellow with the Urban Institute.

Expanding Coverage to Uninsured Childless Adults and its Effect on the Use of Health Care
Tom DeLeire, Georgetown University

In this presentation, Tom DeLeire discusses his research on how the Affordable Care Act might affect how much childless adults use health care. DeLeire is a Professor of Public Policy at Georgetown University.

The Impact of the ACA on Safety Net Hospitals and Access to Care
Peter Cunningham, Center for Studying Health System Change

In this presentation, Peter Cunningham discusses his research on how the Affordable Care Act might affect how safety net hospitals that primarily serve poor populations care for their patients. Cunningham is a Senior Fellow and Director of Quantitative Research at the Center for Studying Health System Change.

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