From Epstein Becker Green

The day after the 2016 U.S. presidential election, Epstein Becker Green, in conjunction with Jefferies LLC, hosted “The Ballots Are Counted: How the New Political Landscape Will Shape Health Care Investing.” The event was moderated by Edward M. Kennedy, Jr.,[1] and included several thought leaders as panelists to discuss risks and opportunities arising from the results of this 45th presidential election:

  • Drew Willison, Chief of Staff, U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid;
  • Kimberly Brandt, Chief Healthcare Investigative Counsel, U.S. Senate Committee on Finance;
  • William C. Oldaker, National Health Advisors (a bipartisan consultancy and an affiliate of Epstein Becker Green); and
  • John J. Kelliher, Managing Director, Berkeley Research Group (a global strategic advisor).

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