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October 1st has come and gone and with it the opening of the federal and state Marketplaces/Exchanges. But it’s not just the new Marketplaces/Exchanges that are front and center for state policymakers – the entire health care environment is rapidly changing.  If you want to be in the know about what is happening with Marketplaces/Exchanges and the latest in state health policy issues, then AHIP’s 2013 State Issues Conference is for you. 

At the State Issues Conference, October 17-18, you will hear from some of the leading authorities on state policy and regulatory issues, policymakers and thought leaders that will help you stay on top of the changes and trends at the state level.  This year’s conference – above all others – enables you to hear from leaders in a diverse representation of states from Iowa, Wisconsin, New York and Texas to California, Colorado and Washington, D.C. You'll also learn from thought leaders from the National Governors Association, National Association of Medicaid Directors, American Enterprise Institute, and National Association of State Health Policy as they speak about the broader health policy trends. It is the place to learn about all the state legislative and regulatory issues challenging your plan.   

The 2013 AHIP State Issues Conference is located in Arlington, Virginia --- just minutes from National Airport and downtown Washington, D.C. and easily accessible by metro or taxi. This is your chance to network with colleagues from around the country and learn from peers with your professional interests – at the most critical time in health reform implementation to date!  


Cawley Jennifer Cawley, Executive Director, Texas Association of Life and Health Insurers Crippen Dan L. Crippen, PhD, Executive Director, National Governors Association 
Hauswirth Kevin Hauswirth, Communications Strategist, Purple Strategies Salo Matt Salo, Executive Director, National Association of Medicaid Directors (NAMD)  


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