Washington, D.C. – American Institutes for Research (AIR) Institute Fellow Marilyn Moon will participate in a forum March 20th on Medicare’s 50th anniversary at the annual American Society on Aging (ASA) conference in Washington, D.C.
Moon, director of AIR’s Center on Aging, and other distinguished experts will discuss the present and future role of Medicare and key challenges facing the program–affordability, sustainability, financing and chronic care.
The forum, Medicare at 50+: From Generation to Generation, is from 1:00–3:30 p.m. EDT in the Thurgood Marshall room of the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. Moon will also participate in the ASA Chair’s Lecture March 22nd on findings from the Task Force on the Future of America’s Health and Retirement Security. The lecture is at 2:00 p.m. EDT in Marriott’s Coolidge Room.
For more information on the ASA conference, go to http://asaging.org/general-info-aia.
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