Topic: Healthcare

CWN Presents Overcharged: Why Americans Pay Too Much for Health Care Thursday, March 21st Noon-1:00pm The Petroleum Club of Anchorage 3301 C St. Video is available online. Click here for PowerPoint presentation. CWN is pleased to host the authors of, Overcharged : Why Americans Pay Too Much for Health Care. They argue that in order […]
Fiscal Policy Study Group with Senator Cathy Giessel 8am-9am Morris Communications Senator Giessel will discuss the high healthcare costs in Alaska and how those costs intertwine with state budget and private sector economy.  She will also propose legislation as part of a solution to high healthcare costs. Click here to download her PowerPoint presentation. The […]
CWN Health Care Study Group Alaska’s Opioid Crisis Thursday March 15th 7:30am-9:00am Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium 4000 Ambassador Drive Consortium Office Building, 1st Floor As a follow-up to our recent forum on opioid addiction, the Health Care Study Group will be meeting Thursday to dive deeper in to the public policy issues and examine […]
Solving Alaska’s Opioid Epidemic   The Petroleum Club of Anchorage Thursday, March 1st 12:00p.m. – 1:00p.m. Doors open at 11:30am   The opioid crisis impacts every demographic in every corner of our state.  For Americans under the age of 50, drug overdoses are now the leading cause of death.  From 2000 to 2016, more than […]
Reducing the High Cost of Health Care: Implementing a State Health Care Authority Friday, November 17th The Petroleum Club of Anchorage Breakfast 7:30am – 8:30am Click here to watch video of this program. Click here to download the program’s  PowerPoint presentation. Commonwealth North will present a panel to discuss the findings of the State’s recent […]
Commonwealth North Hosts the UAA Seawolf Debate Team! October 25th – The Petroleum Club of Anchorage Video of this program is now available online. 3301 C St. Suite 120 12pm – 1pm (doors open at 11:45am) Be it resolved: “The U.S. should implement a single payer model of health care.” Commonwealth North is proud to […]