What will the midterm election results mean for primary care?



2018 PCPCC
Annual Fall Conference

 

Featured Panel: Reflection on What the Midterm Election Results Mean for Healthcare and Primary Care  

What do the midterm election results mean for healthcare? Join us on November 8 - two days after the elections - for our annual conference, Key Policies to Elevate Primary Care. Attendees will hear a panel discussion regarding the impact of the midterm election outcomes on healthcare and primary care. 


 Speakers:

Noam N. LeveyNational Healthcare Reporter, Los Angeles Times Washington Bureau (Moderator)

Noam N. Levey writes about national healthcare policy coming out of Washington, DC. He covered passage of the 2010 Affordable Care Act and has written extensively about the landmark law and reported on its implementation from around the country. A former investigative and political reporter, he is a Boston native and a graduate of Princeton University. He joined the Los Angeles Times in 2003.


Chris Jennings, President, Jennings Policy Strategies 

Chris Jennings is a health policy veteran with over three decades of experience in the White House,the Congress and the private sector. In 2014, he departed from his second tour of duty in the White House where he served President Obama as Deputy Assistant to the President for Health Policy and Coordinator of Health Reform. He served in a similar capacity in the Clinton White House for nearly eight years.


Jennifer B. Young, Partner, Tarplin, Downs & Young, LLC

Jennifer B. Young served as the Assistant Secretary for Legislation at the Department of Health and Human Services, as well as Senior Counselor to Secretary Mike Leavitt before cofounding Tarplin, Downs & Young, LLC in January 2006. She was an integral part of the Administration’s efforts during the development, passage and implementation of the Medicare Modernization Act and oversaw all legislative efforts on behalf of HHS.  
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