About Events Batten Expert Chats: "Possible Implications of the Supreme Court Decision on the Affordable Care Act" with Sebastian Tello-Trillo Batten Expert Chats: "Possible Implications of the Supreme Court Decision on the Affordable Care Act" with Sebastian Tello-Trillo NOV 11, 2020 12:00 PM Online via Zoom Register On November 10th, the U.S. Supreme Court will begin hearing oral arguments against the Affordable Care Act. The following day, Batten professor Sebastian Tello-Trillo, a health policy expert, will join us for the latest edition of Batten Expert Chats. After explaining the range of possible decisions the Supreme Court could make, Tello-Trillo will speak and take questions on the potential consequences. What will the results of this landmark ruling mean for our country moving forward? Join the conversation on Zoom. Sebastian Tello-Trillo Sebastian Tello-Trillo is an economist whose research focuses on health policy in the U.S and Latin America. Most of his research focuses on understanding how policies affect individuals’ health behaviors and economic outcomes. His fields of specialization are in Health Economics and Applied Microeconomics. Read full bio Related Content Sebastian Tello-Trillo Losing public health insurance: TennCare reform and personal financial distress Research Batten Professor Sebastian Tello-Trillo and his co-authors write about how the primary goal of health insurance is smoothing the financial risk associated with health shocks. They estimate the effect of exposure to health-insurance reform on individual-level financial well-being. Regional Disparities in Qualified Health Plans’ Prior Authorization Requirements for HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis in the United States Research Batten’s Sebastian Tello Trillo and his co-authors answer the question are there regional disparities in prior authorization requirements for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis? New Research Finds 'Systemic Barrier' to HIV Prevention in Southern States News Professor Sebastian Tello-Trillo, along with a team of researchers from UVA, have discovered that the South, the U.S. region with the most HIV infections each year, also has the greatest barriers to obtaining drugs that can prevent the disease for people who rely on Affordable Care Act insurance plans. What does the coronavirus pandemic mean for your health insurance? An economist responds. News For the latest in Batten’s new Expert Chat Series, Batten professor Sebastian Tello-Trillo discussed how the coronavirus pandemic will impact health insurance coverage.