Audio/Web Conference: Health Care Reform in 2013 and Beyond
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This webinar will cover the future of federal and state health care reform now that the 2012 election cycle is behind us. It's clear now that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) will remain the law of the land for the immediate future and that implementation efforts at the federal level are moving full steam ahead. Financial service professionals need to be prepared and so do your clients, so join us for this webinar to find out what's on the horizon.
Attendees will Learn:
Jessica Waltman is senior vice president of Government Affairs for the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU). In her current position, Jessica coordinates all of NAHU's legislative and regulatory efforts to advance the interests of professional health insurance producers. This includes NAHU's lobbying efforts before Congress and the Executive branch, the association's monitoring of the activities of all state legislatures, insurance departments and intergovernmental organizations and management of the association's government affairs department.
Jessica oversees NAHU's analysis of state and federal policy proposals and coordinates the association's internal policy working groups and task forces. She serves as the primary drafter of NAHU's position statements and white papers and works with the NAHU Education Foundation to create charts, analyses and other health policy research publications for use by NAHU members in their lobbying efforts. Jessica directs the administration of the Health Underwriters Political Action Committee (HUPAC) and NAHU's annual Capitol Conference, a four-day meeting in Washington, DC comprised of educational sessions, political speakers and grassroots lobbying for NAHU members. Jessica also serves the insurance industry generally as an active member of the board of directors of the National Insurance Producers Registry.
Please Note: This program will not be available for purchase in CD version.