PBN 2017 Fall Health Care Summit tackles ACA reform, opioid epidemic

Updated at 5:13 p.m.

DISCUSSING THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT and other issues at PBN's Health Care Summit are, from left, Melissa Cummings, senior vice president and chief customer officer for Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island; Zachary Sherman, executive director of HealthSource RI; Dr. Thomas Bledsoe, primary care internist at University Medicine Foundation; Dr. John B. Murphy, executive vice president for physician affairs at Lifespan; and Tia Bush, vice president for site operations at Amgen Rhode Island. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
DISCUSSING THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT and other issues at PBN's Health Care Summit are, from left, Melissa Cummings, senior vice president and chief customer officer for Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island; Zachary Sherman, executive director of HealthSource RI; Dr. Thomas Bledsoe, primary care internist at University Medicine Foundation; Dr. John B. Murphy, executive vice president for physician affairs at Lifespan; and Tia Bush, vice president for site operations at Amgen Rhode Island. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
WARWICK — Panelists at the Providence Business News Health Care Summit at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick Thursday morning agreed that the Affordable Care Act won’t be repealed, changes to health care will take a long time for the system to adjust to and that the opioid crisis requires a multi-disciplined paradigm shift similar to how…

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