On Tuesday, Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen will be visiting Pittsburgh to emphasize the Biden Administration’s initiatives to reduce health care expenses and bolster small businesses. During her visit, Yellen will tour the Skin Cancer Center at Allegheny Health Network West Penn Hospital in Bloomfield and participate in a roundtable discussion on the intersection of health care and the economy.
Yellen will be accompanied by Congresswoman Summer Lee, as well as various physicians and officials from Allegheny Health Network and its parent company, Highmark Health. This visit is an opportunity for Yellen to showcase the administration’s commitment to addressing health care costs and supporting small businesses.
As part of her visit, Yellen will give a speech on the administration’s economic plan. She will highlight how the Biden Administration plans to boost economic growth through investments in infrastructure, education, and clean energy. Additionally, she will discuss how these initiatives will benefit small businesses across Pennsylvania and the country.
The Skin Cancer Center at Allegheny Health Network West Penn Hospital is a prime example of how public-private partnerships can work to improve healthcare outcomes while also creating economic opportunities for small businesses. During her visit, Yellen will learn more about the center’s innovative approach to skin cancer treatment and how it has helped reduce healthcare costs for patients while also generating revenue for local businesses.
As a journalist covering this event, I am excited to see how Yellen’s visit will impact healthcare policy in Pittsburgh and beyond. I look forward to hearing more about the Biden Administration’s initiatives to address health care costs and support small businesses during my coverage of this important event.