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‭Outlook to 2016: What the Coming Years Mean for Health Care
December 17, 2014
10 -11 am Pacific Time; 1-2 pm Eastern Time

Now that the election dust has settled, Republican majorities will occupy both the House and the Senate. We ‭will explore what this means for health care policy, ‭legislation and regulatory action through 2016, focusing on specific examples such as the impact of the Supreme ‭Court's decision in King v. Burwell.

‭In this webinar, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman’s public policy team and legal experts look at the implications for health care providers as a result of the election, including: 

‭Status of Lame Duck Session initiatives‭Attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act‭What Congressional Budget with “Reconciliation” means in 2015‭The likely focus by the Obama Administration on​ ‭regulatory and administrative actions‭Possible implications of the King case on the ‭health care market and legislative and regulatory ‭agendas.

Featured Presenters:

Martin Corry, HLB Chair of Government Relations & Public Policy

Keith Fontenot, HLB Managing Director of Government Relations and Public Policy

Katrina Pagonis, HLB Senior Counsel

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