A thoughtful and in-depth look at one of the defining issues of Donald Trump's presidency. A must-read for anyone interested in the future of healthcare. Nelson and Fuller offer a useful recent history of healthcare reform, a balanced analysis of what the Affordable Care Act achieved and where it fell short, what TrumpCare is likely to look like, and a clear, compelling case of what remains to be done. --Josh Luke, Founder & CEO, National Readmission Prevention Collaborative, Adjunct Faculty, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
About the Author
For over two decades, Harry Nelson has been a problem-solver for the healthcare industry, focused on regulatory and reimbursement challenges and strategy. He is the founder and managing partner of Nelson Hardiman, a boutique healthcare law firm. He speaks frequently about the future of U.S. healthcare, and sits on the boards of several healthcare organizations, including the American Addiction Treatment Association. Harry and his wife, Dorit, and their four children live in Los Angeles, California. You can follow Harry's take on timely healthcare issues on Twitter at @nelsonh. Rob Fuller, a partner in Nelson Hardiman, is an experienced attorney with a record of hands-on leadership in the healthcare industry. He ran an acute care hospital for over a decade, and has earned a reputation as an expert in healthcare operations. A Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, Rob combines deep knowledge of the business and regulatory issues facing the healthcare and life sciences industries. Together with Harry, he co-chairs the investment committee of the Adaptive Healthcare Fund, which focuses on early stage health technology and healthcare turn-around opportunities. A graduate of Dartmouth College, Rob lives with his adored Sheryl in Los Angeles.