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SPECIAL ONLINE EVENT Health Care 2020: Connecting the Dots


July 15, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM


Dave Racer, MLitt, warns that the U.S. health care system is a recession away from collapsing the private health insurance market. 

Many politicians say it is time for government to take over. Instead, Dave will show how to connect the dots among the five key health care elements: patients, employers, providers (physicians, hospitals, and other providers), payers, and government.
Dave will describe a new, patient-friendlier marketplace, one in which the patient will drive the market, demanding competitive pricing with improved quality and outcomes. In this new marketplace, secrecy in pricing will be eliminated, patients will choose their providers instead of the insurance company, physicians will be able to go independent, hospital prices will fall, and new insurance companies will enter the market. And more, much more.

Join us at Heartland for this important and informative event!
Dave, along with Greg Dattilo, CEBS, recently released
The Manual – Health Care 2020: Connecting the Dots, which is the blueprint for this new approach to total price transparency. This publication is Dave Racer’s 20th concerning health care reform.

  • Speakers
    • Dave Racer
      Policy Advisor, The Heartland Institute
      Dave is the President of DGRCommunications, Inc., providing research, writing, publishing, and communication services for a diverse group of individual and corporate clients, and is the founder and CEO of Alethos Press, a book publisher. Dave Racer, MLitt, received his Master of Letters Degree from Oxford Graduate School in 2009. Dave’s master’s thesis, A Comprehensive Approach to Health Care Reform in the United States: Twenty-Five Keys to Understanding the Challenges. Dave is a writer, researcher, publisher, speaker, and teacher. As such, he has written and/or edited 47 books, of which 17 focus on health care and health finance issues. Dave has spoken in more than 25 states and all across Minnesota as a keynoter or educator about health care, and a broad array of issues and ideas.