Wednesday October 26, 2016
9:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Ohio Statehouse Atrium
1 Capitol Square
Columbus, OH 43215
Come November, Americans will elect a new President. What does this mean for health policy? Will the Affordable Care Act remain intact? If not, what changes may be coming and what are the possible impacts on costs, coverage, and access? Join us to explore the potential directions for health policy following this year’s election outcomes.
- “The Influence of Healthcare in Modern American Politics,” Daniel Skinner, Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
- “The ACA at Six: Uncertain Victories, Enduring Politics,” Philip Rocco, Marquette University
- “What’s next?: Competition, coverage and alternatives to the ACA,” Thomas Miller, American Enterprise Institute
- “Inching Toward Universal Coverage: State-Federal Health-Care Programs in Historical Perspective,” Simon F. Haeder, West Virginia University
Boxed lunches will be served (vegetarian options available)
Registration begins at 9:00 am, with program starting at 9:30 am.
- Click here for a complete pdf packet of all CLE material
- “Hillary Clinton’s Health Care Reform Proposals: Anticipated Effects on Insurance Coverage, Out-of-Pocket Costs, and the Federal Deficit,” Christine Eibner, Sarah Nowak and Jodi Liu, Commonwealth Fund
- “Donald Trump’s Health Care Reform Proposals: Anticipated Effects on Insurance Coverage, Out-of-Pocket Costs, and the Federal Deficit,” Evan Saltzman and Christine Eibner, Commonwealth Fund
- “When Obamacare Fails: The Playbook for Market-Based Reform,” Thomas Miller, American Enterprise Institute
- “Obamacare and the Politics of Universal Health Insurance Coverage in the United States,” Daniel Béland, Philip Rocco and Alex Waddan
CLE credit: This course has been submitted to the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 3 hours of CLE credit. In the event that approval is denied, HPIO will refund CLE registrants the $25 add-on fee.
HPIO has a limited number of PARTIAL scholarships available on a first-come, first-served basis. If you feel that you are unable to defray the cost of admission, please contact Sarah Dorn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made in writing to Sarah Dorn at email@example.com. The last day to cancel registration for a full refund is one week prior to the event (Oct. 19). A cancellation fee of $15 will be deducted from your refund for all cancellations received after Oct. 19. If you do not send us notification of cancellation prior to the event on Oct. 26, you will be required to remit the full amount of the registration fee. Those who do not remit payment will be required to pay in advance for any future events.
Note for State Employees and Legislators:
Forum registration fee can be waived for all State of Ohio executive branch employees, legislators and staff. However, state employees, legislators and staff that are reportable persons should note that their attendance at the event is subject to JLEC disclosure if their forum registration fee is waived.