Remarks by: Dr. Ardis Dee Hoven, President, American Medical Association
Introduction by: Bruce Gottlieb, President, National Journal Group
Moderator: Marilyn Werber Serafini, Communications Director & Health Policy Advisor, Alliance for Health Reform
Chris Dawe, Policy Advisor for Healthcare, National Economic Council, Executive Office of the President
Katherine Hayes, Director, Health Policy, Bipartisan Policy Center
Dan Hilferty, President & Chief Executive Officer, Independence Blue Cross
Jay Khosla, Chief Health Counsel for Republican Staff, US Senate Committee on Finance
Clifford Ko, M.D., Medical Director, Division of Research and Optimal Patient Care, American College of Surgeons
Elizabeth Mitchell, President and Chief Executive Officer, Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement
About this conference
At the start of 2014, every component of the American health care system will hurtle into a new era as all of the interlocking pieces of the Affordable Care Act go into effect. The law's implementation will produce seismic changes across the entire health ecosystem, impacting everything from the delivery of care to job growth.
Join National Journal for a preview of what could be the most significant day in the history of health care-90 days before it becomes a reality. This half day forum will examine the complex political, medical, and business ramifications of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Participants will include key decision makers from all corners of those impacted by the new law.
About National Journal
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