Women Leading the Way in Healthcare with Rosemarie Day In-Person
Join us as author Rosemarie Day discusses her book Marching Toward Coverage: How Women Can Lead the Fight for Universal Healthcare (Beacon Press, 2020). With 28 million Americans uninsured, and millions more who can’t afford their coverage, Day asks the fundamental question: Can we, as a nation, do better? Day believes we can and will—once women begin to engage collectively around this topic. This discussion will focus on galvanizing women to take action to make healthcare a right in the US.
Deb Gordon, author of The Healthcare Consumer's Manifesto, will serve as moderator for this talk and Emily Shield of the Cambridge Commission on the Status of Women will provide an introduction.
Rosemarie Day served as the founding Deputy Director & Chief Operating Officer of the Health Connector in Massachusetts. At the Health Connector in 2006, she helped lead the launch of health reform in Massachusetts, which became the model for the Affordable Care Act. Prior to this role, she was the Chief Operating Officer of the Massachusetts Medicaid program, among other state leadership positions. She has been working on health reform ever since, and is passionate about universal healthcare and women's health issues. She is the founder and CEO of Day Health Strategies, a successful mission-driven, woman-owned consulting firm that is celebrating its 10th anniversary. She is also a mother, a breast cancer survivor and an activist. Rosemarie is the author of the book, Marching Toward Coverage: How Women Can Lead the Fight for Universal Healthcare (Beacon Press, 2020). Additional bio information can be found here: https://rosemarieday.com/about/.
- Monday, September 14, 2020
- 6:00pm - 7:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)