Q&A roundtable discussions are conducted by the community to provide opportunities for a small group discussion with subject matter experts.
There are 15 seats at the table for the 90-minute discussion.
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Join Courtney Bullard, Utah Health Policy Project, to discuss Medicaid, the federal resources associated with it, and its benefits to health care stakeholders during times of economic crisis.
Courtney claims Clinton, Utah as home, although she spent many of her younger years living in the Middle East. After graduating from the University of Utah with degrees in political science and Arabic, she returned to the area to work for the Ministry of Social Development in Amman, Jordan. While there, she worked on health evaluations at several refugee camps throughout the area. That experience sparked a deeper interest in health policy research and after completing the evaluations she moved to England to work on a master’s degree in social policy and evaluation. While studying in England, she collaborated with several nonprofits to do more health and immigration policy evaluations related to refugee and immigration issues in England, Lebanon, Jordan, and northern Iraq. During her time at UHPP, Courtney played an integral role in the success of the ballot initiative to expand Medicaid in Utah. She currently directs all affordability and health care cost initiatives within the organization. In her personal time she enjoys playing with her nieces and nephews, practicing the violin, perfecting her Arabic, and reading novels.