Ready or not, the 2020 presidential campaign has begun, and health care is key to many of the candidates’ platforms. But with so many terms flying around—Medicare for All, socialized medicine, universal coverage, public option—how is one supposed to develop an informed opinion?

Like millions of other Americans, our very own Sarah Friend watched the recent 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate debates and found herself scratching her head in confusion.

“Even for someone who follows health care legislation,” Sarah said, “it was hard to determine what each candidate’s position really was as it relates to future health care policy and legislation.”

Luckily, Sarah is a self-proclaimed “health care policy nerd.” She resolved to get to the bottom of the 2020 health care proposals and share what she learned.

Sarah Friend, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, The Partners Group


In her one-hour webinar, Sarah pared down her extensive research into something more easily consumable for the average American. Not only does she clearly define campaign buzzwords and confusing health care concepts, she also summarizes the leading candidates’ proposals in layman’s terms and discusses how other international health care systems compare to the US candidates’ proposed plans.

Sarah added, “If anyone else is as interested in this topic as I am, I’d love to have coffee and discuss. Don’t hesitate to reach out!”

If you missed Sarah’s webinar (July 31, 2019, 11:00 AM PST) and would like to learn more about the 2020 health care proposals, email for access to a recorded version.