Atlas Network invites you to hear from healthcare expert Sally C. Pipes, the president and CEO of the Pacific Research Institute, an Atlas Network partner in San Francisco.
Ms. Pipes is a prominent figure in the media on healthcare issues, being interviewed on TV and radio shows, debating renowned figures, writing newspaper articles, and writing a bi-weekly health care column for Forbes.com.
Ms. Pipes will share her actionable blueprint for health care reform this campaign season, which the next president can implement on Day One. The newest of her seven books (The Way Out of Obamacare) outlines a replacement plan to provide affordable, accessible, quality health care for all Americans. President Obama's signature health reform law has failed: insurance premiums and deductibles have skyrocketed, patients are losing access to doctors, and economic growth has been crushed. The time is ripe for some change.
Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served at 6:00 p.m., and the presentation will begin at 6:30 p.m.
The president of the Manhattan Institute, Lawrence J. Mone, will introduce Ms. Pipes.
Sally C. Pipes is President and CEO of the Pacific Research Institute, one of Atlas Network’s successful partner think tanks. Ms. Pipes is a prominent figure in the media on healthcare issues, being interviewed on TV and radio shows, debating renowned figures, writing newspaper articles, and writing the bi-weekly health care column “Piping Up” for Forbes.com. She has written several books, including The Way Out of Obamacare, The Cure for Obamacare, The Pipes Plan, The Truth About Obamacare, Miracle Cure: How to Solve America’s Health-Care Crisis and Why Canada Isn’t the Answer and The Top Ten Myths of American Health Care.
Prior to becoming president of PRI in 1991, she was Assistant Director of Canada’s Fraser Institute. She currently serves on the national advisory board of Capital Research Center, the Advisory Board of the California Association of Scholars, and the State Policy Network president’s advisory council. She is Chairman of the Benjamin Rush Institute and has served as a trustee of St. Luke’s Hospital Foundation in San Francisco, a board member of the Independent Women’s Forum, and as a governor of the Donner Canadian Foundation.
She has published more than 130 op-eds on health care issues in 2015 alone, including the Wall Street Journal, New York Post, and Investors’ Business Daily. And she has testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the Senate HELP Committee. Ms. Pipes has received numerous awards, including her appointment as the Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy at PRI, Taube Fellow in Health Care Studies in 2010, the Roe Award in 2004, and the 3rd Annual Women Achievers’ Award.