For Release — October 28, 2009
Washington health care experts featured at Forum 2009: Federal Health Care Reform
ALBANY— With health care reform legislation about to be voted on in the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, it has many wondering how health care reform at the federal level will impact their business and community? If understanding where your business – whether large or small - fits into the reform bills being debated, make plans now to join The Business Council of New York State, Inc. on November 9, 2009 for a day-long forum on federal health care reform.
It's a full-day, business-focused forum on proposed federal health reform that features an outstanding collection of speakers from Washington and the Northeast providing insight and information that will help businesses better understand the changes that may be coming from Washington.
- Paul H. Keckley, PhD., Executive Director, Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, Washington, D.C. Paul will provide an up-to-date inside-the-beltway perspective on what's happening in Washington and will release details on a new business and consumer health care survey.
- Rolf Lundberg Jr., Senior Vice President for Congressional and Public Affairs
at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, in Washington D.C. Rolf will delve into the detailed aspects of the legislation currently before Congress and its impact on business.
- Scott Murphy, US Congressman for the 20th District. The Congressman will give an inside look at how the health care bills are moving through Congress and what the people in his district are saying about them.
Take advantage of the opportunity to meet chief executives, benefit administrators, government affairs professionals and others. Benefit from the opportunity to listen, learn and question forum experts on how your business can best plan for proposed health reforms.
Monday, November 9, 2009
The Desmond Hotel & Conference Center, Albany
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. – Networking Reception to follow
Registration: $99 Business Council members; $129 future members