State Issues Conference
Year after year, AHIP's State Issues Conference brings thought leaders and experts to address the regulatory and legislative issues impacting health care. This year will be of particular interest as the State Issues Conference, October 3-5, 2012, will be held just one short month before the presidential election. The agenda is filled with sessions about state Medicaid programs, Exchanges, delivery system reform, and more.
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What Will the Election Mean for Health Care Reform?
Charlie Cook, Editor and publisher of The Cook Political Report and a political analyst for the National Journal Group and NBC News
Who Should Attend?
AHIP welcomes members and nonmembers who are interested in government affairs, regulatory and legislative issues, grassroots advocacy and policy issues at the state level to attend this conference.
Once again this year, health insurance plans and state associations are encouraged to invite their retained, outside counsel to participate in the conference, as they are an important part of the process. Please remember, invited counsel will need to indicate their health plan or association affiliation and provide a contact at the organization when they register.
* Invited counsel will need to indicate their health plan or association affiliation and provide a contact at the organization when they register.
Special Team Discounts
To encourage your team's attendance, we are pleased to provide a special team offer. Send two individuals and the third team member receives a free conference registration. This is the perfect opportunity to encourage your colleagues to join in this unique learning experience.
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