WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT?
Date: Thursday, March 9
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET / 1:00 p.m. CT / 11:00 a.m. PT
From campaign promises to executive orders, President Donald J. Trump’s new administration is searching for a way to reform healthcare by repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This webcast will cover, from a non-partisan perspective, the facts regarding potential changes to the ACA. Our panelists will provide the inside scoop on evolving changes and new plan details.
Join this webcast, hosted by the Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals and Thomson Reuters, to learn about:
President Trump's campaign promises on healthcare and health insurance and his top picks to implement the changes
Executive and Congressional efforts to reform healthcare
Legal challenges and Supreme Court nominee
Projected impact of changes
Julie Fleming, Compliance Attorney at Thomson Reuters
Julie Fleming is a compliance attorney with Thomson Reuters, who focuses on health insurance regulatory guidance summaries, healthcare latest updates, Medicare Provider Taxes, Healthcare Information Technology snapshots and issue briefs for Health Policy Tracking Service (HPTS). Julie graduated from Hamline University School of Law in 2012 with a health law certificate and is licensed to practice in Minnesota.
Logan Mortenson, Compliance Attorney at Thomson Reuters
Logan C. Mortenson is a compliance attorney with Thomson Reuters, who works on editorial, insurance compliance, health law and healthcare compliance products. He is also a regular contributor to the Health Policy Tracking Service (HPTS) and the Thomson Reuters Sustainability site writing on Medicaid and long-term care topics. Logan graduated from Hamline University School of Law in 2013 with certificates in health law and healthcare compliance. He is licensed to practice law in Minnesota.
Brian Webb, Assistant Director at NAIC Health Policy and Legislation
Brian Webb is the Assistant Director for Health Policy and Legislation for the National Association Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). Before joining the NAIC, Brian worked on Medicare and Medicaid policy for the BlueCross BlueShield Association and, prior to that, was the Assistant Vice President for Legislation for the then-Federation of American Health Systems (FAHS). Brian began working in Washington, D.C. on health care policy in 1988 as a legislative aide for Congressman Bill Thomas. After six years with Congressman Thomas, Brian worked five years in California Governor Pete Wilson’s Washington, D.C., office as health and welfare aide and Deputy Director. Brian Webb has a master’s degree in Public Administration from the George Washington University and a bachelor's degree from BIOLA University in California.
Melissa Berry, Principal Attorney Editor at Thomson Reuters
Melissa D. Berry is a principal attorney editor with Thomson Reuters working on insurance compliance, health law and healthcare compliance products. She currently leads the Health Policy Tracking Service (HPTS) and oversees topic development as well as writing on Medicaid, long-term care and healthcare reform subtopics. She is also a regular contributor for Thomson Reuters publications on healthcare and insurance related topics. Melissa is a 1993 graduate of the University Of Akron School Of Law and is licensed to practice in Ohio. She is also a member of the American Health Lawyers Association and Public Justice.
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