At TogoRun, we pride ourselves in finding and telling the untold stories—stories about important people and organizations who have not received the recognition they deserve.
When it comes to health care policy in the U.S., the Department of Health and Human Services, the Food and Drug Administration and the White House are household names; however, there are many other groups frequently overlooked despite their influence in building the future of health care.
In a new series, HCPolicy Power Players, we will focus on profiling the key players in the public and private sectors who shape health care policymaking.
Our series will shine light on five groups who illustrate current health care policy priorities, and where policy is heading. They play a part in answering critical questions in improving mental health resources, make decisions on care for one of the nation’s largest health systems and have their fingers on the pulse of health care innovation and preventive care.
As we evolve our HCPolicy Power Players series, we would like your input. We want to know your thoughts on how these groups will have an impact on health care policy? What you think these organizations can do to move health care policy in the right direction? And, what other groups you think we should add to our HCPolicy Power Players series?
Be on the lookout soon for our coverage of the U.S Preventative Services Task Force.
We look forward to your feedback and sharing with you the importance of these up-and-coming heath care policy power players.