Health Law Disruption: 2030 and Beyond—A White Paper and Video Docuseries to Help Guide the Health Law Community
- October 22, 2020
AHLA releases a white paper and video docuseries entitled, Health Law Disruption: 2030 and Beyond, which takes a look at potential disruption to both the health care and health law industries over the next decade and suggests ways our community can help navigate and lead these forthcoming changes.
In July 2019, AHLA created a 2030 Task Force to research anticipated changes in the health care and health law industries over the next ten years. From this research, a white paper was developed that expands the Task Force’s analyses and findings, and is being shared with the public and the entire health law community to educate and facilitate a constructive dialogue among all stakeholders involved in the continually evolving health care industry.
This white paper then became the framework for a supporting nine-episode docuseries that delves further into the pressures behind the industry trends and brings in voices from thought leaders who are helping to reshape both the health care and health law industries.
“We are paying attention to the drivers and disruptors in the health law and health care industries to share and understand what those disruptors and those drivers mean,” comments David S. Cade, Chief Executive Officer of AHLA. “The ultimate goal is better health outcomes for our community.”
Download the Health Law Disruption: 2030 and Beyond, Anticipated Trends for the Health Care and Health Law Industries white paper and view the Health Law Disruption: 2030 and Beyond, Navigating Health Law Disruption docuseries on the Health Law Disruption landing page. Additionally, on October 27th, a podcast with the Chair of the 2030 Task Force will also be added to the Health Law Disruption landing page.
For a high-resolution image of the white paper, video stills, or interview inquiries, please contact AHLA.
AHLA would like to thank PYA for their support of the white paper and podcast and the following organizations for participating in and financially supporting the docuseries: Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, DePaul University College of Law, K&L Gates, King & Spalding, MDRanger, Parker Hudson, Parkview Health, Saint Louis University School of Law, and UC Hastings College of Law.