Arizona Luncheon – Unleashing Innovation in Healthcare by Embracing Free-Market Choices

May 25, 2021
2400 East Missouri Avenue, Phoenix, AZ, USA
150320221647327537

PRI’s Sally C. Pipes and Goldwater Institute’s Naomi Lopez, Director of Healthcare Policy, will discuss the future of healthcare in America.

 

Pacific Research Institute is proud to partner with the Goldwater Institute on this insightful and imperative discussion on health care in America and what lies ahead under the Biden-Harris administration. 

 

Tuesday, May 25, 2021
11 am: Registration Opens
11:30 am: Presentations and Luncheon

 

Arizona Biltmore
Aztec Room
2400 E. Missouri Avenue,
Phoenix, Arizona 85016

 

 

 

 


 
Important Information
This event includes a plated lunch and will follow COVID-19 safety protocols. Each guest also will receive a copy of Sally Pipes’ latest book, False Premise, False Promise: The Disastrous Reality of Medicare for All, and a copy of the Goldwater Institute’s latest publication, Putting Patients First: Unleashing Innovation in American Healthcare.

 
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email Laura Dannerbeck at [email protected].

SPEAKERS

Sally C. Pipes / Pacific Research Institute

Sally is President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy at the Pacific Research Institute. Prior to becoming president of PRI in 1991, she was assistant director of the Fraser Institute, based in Vancouver, Canada.

In January 2020, Encounter Books published Ms. Pipes’ latest book, False Premise, False Promise: The Disastrous Reality of Medicare for All, which reached #1 on Amazon’s Health Law bestseller list.

Sally is a frequently called upon guest for media interviews, speeches/debates, and meetings with policymakers, sharing her ideas for solutions that would provide better quality and access to healthcare while lowering costs. In September 2019, she and her debate partner won a prestigious Intelligence Squared debate, arguing against the motion, “Replace Private Insurance with Medicare for All.”

Sally published over 450 op-eds (including reprints) in publications nationwide in 2020, and she writes regular columns for Forbes.com, Newsmax, and the Washington Examiner’s “Beltway Confidential” blog.

In April 2018, she received an honorary doctorate from Pepperdine University’s School of Public Policy for her work on healthcare reform.

A former Canadian, Sally became an American citizen in 2006. She is married to Professor Charles R. Kesler.

 

Naomi Lopez / Goldwater Institute

Naomi is the Director of Healthcare Policy for the Goldwater Institute, where she leads the Institute’s efforts to implement federal and state healthcare reforms that benefit all Americans.

Her work focuses on a broad range of healthcare issues, including the Right to Try, off-label communications, pharmaceutical drug pricing, supply-side healthcare reforms, the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid, and 21st-century healthcare innovation.

Naomi has 25 years of experience in policy and has previously served at organizations including the Illinois Policy Institute, the Pacific Research Institute, the Institute for Socioeconomic Studies, and the Cato Institute. A frequent media guest and public speaker, Naomi has authored hundreds of studies, opinion articles and commentaries. She holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Trinity University in Texas and a master’s degree in government from Johns Hopkins University.

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