Each new president enters the White House with big dreams and unique challenges. For President Joe Biden, 2021 was dominated by the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, an historically difficult transition of power, and a focus on packing an ambitious combination of economic relief, infrastructure investment, and social spending initiatives into a handful of multi-trillion dollar omnibus bills to push through a tightly-divided Congress.
Kate Rawson, one of the most insightful and practical observers of the health policy scene in Washington, offers the Coalition for Healthcare Communication her well-informed analysis and a Q&A format.
Fighting COVID-19 – both the pandemic and the recession it provoked – is President Biden’s top priority, and he is asking Congress to pass two huge economic packages. Few dispute that more relief and stimulus is needed. There’s a growing risk, however, that the new fiscal reality facing the federal government resurrects the idea of a pharma marketing tax.
The Coalition for Healthcare Communication will present a special post-election webinar on Nov. 19 featuring Kate Rawson – senior editor of Prevision Policy and an experienced, well-connected inside-the-beltway observer – with a more in-depth look at implications of the 2020 elections for healthcare policy.
The Medical Advertising Hall of Fame (MAHF) honored the association’s 2020 inductees at The Pierre Hotel in New York City.
Jay Carter, R.Ph., was elected Chair of the Executive Committee of the Coalition for Healthcare Communication for 2020-2021.
Jon Bigelow was named Executive Director of the Coalition for Healthcare Communication, succeeding John Kamp, who will continue his association with the Coalition as Washington Counsel.
The Coalition for Healthcare Communication (CHC) summit in Washington, D.C., in late November provided an interesting postmortem of the 2016 election, and a look into the crystal ball by some of our industry’s most knowledgeable leaders. Fast-forward to February 2017, and the crystal ball is still pretty cloudy.
By Robert Palmer Last week’s Coalition for Healthcare Communication (CHC) summit in Washington, D.C., was an interesting post-mortem of the 2016 election, and a look into the crystal ball by some of our industry’s most knowledgeable leaders. The CHC is a non-profit organization that serves as pharma’s advocate with the FDA and members of Congress […]
The speakers agreed: It’s prime time for the next generation of industry leaders to step up, speak up and be counted in Washington to ensure that policy makers fully understand the value of robust communication to the delivery of efficient and effective healthcare in America. The message came together on May 11 in Washington when a Congressman, inside-the-beltway experts, and key industry CEOs convened with more than 60 up-and-coming stars from the health agency networks, independent agencies, medical publishers, and digital content providers to review medical policy issues at the Coalition for Healthcare Communication’s Rising Leaders Conference.