With the second year of the Trump Administration under way, the Nashville Health Care Council’s Leadership Health Care (LHC) initiative led a group of more than 75 emerging health care leaders to our nation’s capital for two days of intensive learning and networking. Among the delegates were Scott Mertie, Katie Reid and Sara Carter of Kraft Healthcare Consulting, LLC (KHC). Scott Mertie, president of KHC, serves on the board of Leadership Health Care and chaired the delegation committee.
The annual delegation, held on March 12 and 13, offered participants an exclusive look at the issues shaping health care policy in 2018. The delegation itself featured discussions with members of Congress, Administration officials, congressional staff and national thought leaders on the most pressing topics in health care policy, federal health care spending and reform implementation, among other issues. Read more.
Less than two months into President Donald Trump’s White House tenure, the Nashville Health Care Council’s Leadership Health Care (LHC) initiative led a group of more than 100 healthcare leaders on its annual two-day delegation to Washington, D.C. Among the delegates were Katie Reid and Sara Goodwin of Kraft Healthcare Consulting, LLC. Scott Mertie, president of Kraft Healthcare, serves on the board of Leadership Health Care.
This year’s event, held on March 13 and 14, provided delegates with an inside look at the state of healthcare policy under the new Administration and predictions about what developments may unfold to impact Nashville’s $78 billion healthcare industry. The delegation featured discussions with members of Congress, Administration officials and national thought leaders about key healthcare policy issues, the state of investor-owned community hospitals, healthcare information technology and much more. Read more on Leadership Health Care’s website.
In March 2016, Scott Mertie and Katie Reid attended the 2016 Annual Leadership Health Care (LHC) delegation in Washington, D.C. on March 14-15. While in D.C., Scott also participated in the National Association of Community Health Centers annual policy meeting on Capitol Hill. Scott serves on the board of Neighborhood Health Services, a Federally Qualified Health Center based in Middle Tennessee.