Medicaid Managed Care Congress Session Spotlight: Health Reform Implementation in a Time of Uncertainty
Posted Feb 29 2012 12:00am
With the upcoming elections at the end of 2012, many aspects of the Affordable Care Act are on the line. The Republican presidential candidates want to repeal part or all of the ACA. Depending on the outcome of the presidential election, healthcare reform is likely to change. This year at the Medicaid Manged Care Congress, we're looking at these possibilities with expert insights from Paul Begala, Political Analyst & Commentator, CNN; Columnist, Newsweek & The Daily Beast. The Medicaid Managed Care Congress will take palce April 30-May 2, 2012, in Baltimore, Maryland. If you'd like to join us, as a reader of this blog when you register and mention code XP1726BLOG, you'll receive a 25% discount off the standard rate. For more information on this event, download the brochure.
Featured Session: Health Reform Implementation in a Time of Uncertainty Featured Speaker: Paul Begala, Political Analyst & Commentator, CNN; Columnist, Newsweek & The Daily Beast About the session: There is a sense of uncertainty in the air, with healthcare being one of the main focuses of the upcoming presidential elections. It’s clear that healthcare reform will still move forward in some way, no matter who the president will be, but it will look very different depending on who is in office.
• Look into different presidential candidates and their current stances on healthcare
• Predict the future of Medicaid and the ACA depending on who will be in office