Let’s work together

to solve for the future of health care.

From the foundations to the future of health care, we want to fuel our health policy community’s drive to address the complex topics that have challenged our leaders and policymakers for decades.

Join us for the 2019 Alliance for Health Policy’s Signature Series: Solving for Health programming for the opportunity to engage in forward-thinking, collaborative discussions that work toward developing tangible solutions for the future health of our country. Building from the success of our 2018 Signature Series, we will bring together the nation’s top health policy leaders, experts, and policymakers to thoroughly explore the nation’s most pressing health and health care issues.

Registration is free and open to the public. Participants and attendees will gain insight on what these words—innovation, value, and social determinants—truly mean, and envision how we can work together to identify real sustainable outcomes for all Americans.

Together, we will explore our two Signature Series topics:

  • What’s Next on Social Determinants of Health

  • Navigating the Frontiers of Innovation and Value


Our Signature Series programming has pushed the conversation forward by critically examining major issues that have challenged leaders and policymakers in health care for decades. Since 2017, we have discussed five complex topics—health insurance, health care 1,000 workforce, chronic care, health care costs, and aging in America. Each topic consists of two key components—a public half-day summit and a public congressional briefing— that continues to convene speakers from across the ideological spectrum in our unique nonpartisan forum, attracting over 1,000 registrants in 2018 alone.

The half-day summit will examine cutting edge thinking and best practices through expert panels and keynote addresses; and the in-depth congressional briefing that will address the “how-to” and policy implications of the Series topic.

Policymakers, health experts, reporters, and passionate health policy individuals are encouraged to attend every public Signature Series event. This series is open to the public and free for all registrants.