January 16, 2015

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Forty Hours Heads to the Senate
Two Weeks In and Still Plowing Through
NARAB II Update
Moving On
Regulatory Review
HUPAC Round Up
Register for Capitol Conference and Mark Your Calendars for the NAHU Education Foundationís Free Webinar Series
What Weíre Reading
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Register for Capitol Conference and Mark Your Calendars for the NAHU Education Foundationís Free Webinar Series

NAHU’s 25th Annual Capitol Conference, Stand Up and Be Heard, is almost here! Have you registered yet? If you attend, not only will you get to join hundreds of your colleagues in spreading the word about brokers and our policy issues on Capitol Hill, but you will also get to hear exciting speakers like Federal Exchange CEO Kevin Counihan, healthcare futurist David Houle, Washington Post blogger Chris Cillizza and Representative Diane Black. Plus, you will also get to participate in the live opening session of the NAHU Education Foundation’s exciting new webinar series for 2015 entitled, “The New Healthcare Landscape: How to Make It Work for Your Clients.” This free, 10-part series will help brokers stay abreast of the latest developments in healthcare delivery, payment and transparency. You can participate in the first webinar, “The High Cost of Healthcare: What’s Driving It? What Brokers Can Do About It?,” online if you can’t be at Capitol Conference in person. Register today for the online version at http://nahuef.inreachce.com.

Also, don’t forget to mark your calendars for the next two installments of the series.

March 26
Transparency: Shining a Light in the Dark Corner of Healthcare Prices

April 22
Payment Reform 101

Registration for these sessions, which are only offered online, will be open soon.

This webinar series is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and open to all who are interested and offered free of charge.

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