The first 100 days of a president's term often serve as a litmus test for how the president will govern and what policies the new administration will prioritize for the duration of the term. But when President Joe Biden was sworn into office on January 20, his administration faced unprecedented challenges—a global pandemic, a recovering economy, and political unrest—that dominated his administration’s initial agenda. Health care leaders must be prepared for policy changes that are inherent when a new party assumes office. And that has been all the more important this year as we continue to battle the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, vaccinate our communities, and look toward the future.
Download the PDF of this briefing looking back on Biden’s 100 days to learn:
- The key administrative players in health care
- The mechanisms driving policy changes
- The health care topics Biden has prioritized
- What to watch beyond the first 100 days
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