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from george was university. i ran across a fascinating article by warren, thinking bat different way to think about health. it's a combination of how we can produce better health with a broader apray of tools, including investments in some of the social services and ways to improve social determinants of health to got the results we want as opposed to paying people who have healthcare bills. so lauren's article witness be in the cornell journal of public policy, date to be determined as they says, but let's have lauren talk about a different way to look at hsas and a number of approaches to getting it. >> thank you. and thank you for having me here, because i will say that typically i'm talking only to academics so it's nice to have a broader audience here to talk about hsas. i wrote this article immediately following the election, thinking, what are some areas where there is potential bipartisan support, and hsas seemed to be an obvious one. i think the kansas -- conversation is even more urgently needed given what is going on. 'll give a brown on hsas, hoping not stepping on to
suppose because she graduated from george washington university. i ran across a fascinating article by warren thinking about a different way to think about health. had some of those thoughts in the past. it's a combination of how we can produce better health with a broader array of tools including investments in some of the social services and ways to improve in order to get the results we want as opposed to just paint the people along the way who have health care bills. appearing in the cornell journal of law and public policy, basically determined as they always say. let's talk about a different way to look at hsa in a number of layered approaches to getting it. >> okay, thank you. and thank you for having me here because i will say that typically i am talking on the academics. they have a broader -- i wrote this article immediately following the election thinking what are some areas where there is potential bipartisan support and hsa seems to me to be an obvious one. i think the conversations were urgently needed right now given what is going on. a little bit of background on the
hall. and has a hometown connection, graduated from george washington university. i ran across a fascinating warren, thinking about a different way to think about health. those thoughts in the past. it's a combination of how we can produce better health with a broader array of tools, including investments in some of ways toal services, improve health in order to get want as opposed to just paying people along the way who have health care bills. is going to bee appearing in the cornell journal of law and public policy, date as they alwaysd say. but let's have lauren talk about look atent way to h.s.a.'s and a number of layered getting there. >> thank you for having me here, thatse i will say typically i'm talking only to academics, so it's nice to have audience here to talk about h.s.a.'s. i wrote this article immediately election,the thinking, what are some areas where there's potential bipartisan support? and h.s.a.'s seemed to me to be an obvious one. the conversation is even more urgently needed right now, given what's going on. i will give a little bit of background informati
has a hometown connection i suppose because she graduated from george washington university. i ran across a fashicinating article by warren thinking about a different way to think about health. had some of those thoughts in the past, but usually they calm me down. it is a combination of how we can produce better health with a broader array of tools including investments in some of the social services and ways to determine social determinings of health to get the results we want as opposed to paying people along the way with health care bills. lauren's article will be appearing in the cornell journal of law and public policy, date to be determined as they say. lauren will talk about a different way to look at hsas and a number of ways to get there. lauren. >> thank you. thank you for having me here because i will say that typically i'm talking only to academics. it is nice to have broader audience to talk about hsas. i wrote this article immediately following the election, thinking what are some areas where there's potential bipartisan support, and hsas seemed to me to be an obvious
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