The healthcare reform work of the Westchester County Association is carried out by our WCA Healthcare Consortium, which is currently developing a new model to deliver high-quality, cost effective healthcare to residents of Westchester County and the region.Scroll down to keep up with what’s happening.
On September 26, 2011, the Westchester County Association's Blue Ribbon Task Force on Healthcare Reform invited national, regional, and local leaders in the healthcare debate to discuss healthcare reform at our first annual summit: Healthcare Reform: What You're Not Hearing in the National Debate. Panelists...
According to Bill Harrington, chairman of the WCA's Blue Ribbon Task Force on Healthcare Reform:
"Even though the healthcare industry is a vibrant economic driver in Westchester County, generating $8.3 billion a year. But we still have to figure out how to control healthcare costs, yet have access to quality healthcare services. These are the most critical issues facing us today..."
Current Consortium members include CEO's and Senior Executives of hospitals, large physician groups, home care agencies, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, insurers, trade associations, academic institutions, and businesses, including: