March 11: SABEW’s NYC journalist health care briefing – cancelled due to coronavirus

SABEW has cancelled the March 11 health care briefing at the Commonwealth Fund in NYC. We understand the pressing demands health care journalists are under to cover the coronavirus. Now is not the time to be away from the newsroom.  We are working to offer a virtual alternative or program at a later date.

SABEW is hosting a free health care briefing, including a luncheon and networking cocktail reception, at a historic Upper East Side mansion.

On the agenda:

• Sara Collins and David Blumenthal of The Commonwealth Fund will dig into the latest in health care coverage.
• Professor Abbe Gluck of Yale Law School will discuss the legal state of play with the Affordable Care Act and Texas v. United States.
• Author Katherine Eban will discuss her findings on the generic drug industry in her best-selling book Bottle of Lies.
• Stefanie Ilgenfritz, The Wall Street Journal’s health and science bureau chief, will lead the group in a story-generating session.

Space is limited to 15 journalists. Participants are responsible for their own travel and lodging costs.

The briefing is made possible through a grant to SABEW from The Commonwealth Fund. The events will be held at their historic headquarters building, the Harkness House, located on One East 75th Street in New York City.

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