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The November 6th presidential and congressional elections will have a profound impact on health care policy for 2013 and beyond. Regardless of the electoral outcomes, health care stakeholders must position themselves for a post-election environment that will be shaped by shifting dynamics.

Beyond the basics - that a second Obama administration will continue to advance the Affordable Care Act and Romney administration is committed to dismantle it; who controls Congress is key, and economic, marketplace and political forces and priorities will shape priorities, initiatives, regulatory guidance and funding.

What will the post-election health care policy landscape be shaped like? What details will surface that provide organizations some immediate strategic intelligence on how to position themselves going forward?

One week after the elections, join national prominent Washington DC health care insiders Mark E. Lutes, Member of Epstein Beck Green, and William C. Oldaker, Member of National Health Advisors, for discussion and analysis of the policy and regulatory implications of the 2012 elections, with time allotted for questions and answers.

Participants will be able to:

  1. Consider the upcoming Administration's specific health care policy and regulatory agenda anticipated for 2013 and beyond.
  2. Ascertain the impact of the Congressional elections on the health care agenda.
  3. Assess what programmatic and funding changes will occur in 2013 as a result of the post election agenda.
  4. Anticipate how health care interest groups will re-focus lobbying efforts in the post-election environment.
  5. Explore implications for stakeholders and how health care organizations might best position themselves for post-election opportunities and challenges.
  6. Engage in interactive learning through online question submission, attendee feedback and opportunity for follow-up questions, and networking with attendees, faculty and other professionals through dedicated LinkedIn group.

Interested attendees would include:

  • C-Suite Executives
  • Legal and Regulatory Executives and Staff
  • Strategy, Planning and Policy Executives and Staff
  • Health Reform Implementation Executives and Staff
  • Medical Directors
  • Business Intelligence Staff
  • Communications Executives and Staff
  • Business Development Executives and Staff
  • Other Interested Parties

Attendees would represent organizations including:

  • Health Plans
  • Hospitals and Health Systems
  • Provider Networks and Accountable Care Organizations
  • Employers
  • Third Party Administrators
  • Pharmaceutical Organizations
  • PBMs
  • Other Health Care Providers
  • Benefit Consulting Organizations
  • Solutions Providers
  • State and Local Government Agencies
  • Associations, Institutes and Research Organizations
  • Media
  • Other Interested Organizations

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