November 30, 2018


In This Issue
Fast Facts
State Spotlight: CMS Releases Four Concepts for Waivers, Including Reinsurance Programs
CMS Introduces Enhanced Direct Enrollment for Federal Marketplace
IRS Extends ACA Reporting Deadline and Transitional Relief in 2020
NAHU Seeks Balance-Billing Stories to Shape Forthcoming Legislation
Healthcare Happy Hour: How States Can Take Advantage of ACA Waivers
HHS Adjusts Civil Monetary Penalties
Register Now for Next Week’s Webinar on Transitioning to a Fee-Based Business
December’s Compliance Corner Webinar Features a Deep Dive on AHPs
Scholarships Available for Capitol Conference
HUPAC Roundup
What We’re Reading
E-mail the Editor
Visit the NAHU Website
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Scholarships Available for Capitol Conference
NAHU's Vanguard Council is excited to offer scholarship opportunities for first-time attendees to the upcoming Capitol Conference in Washington, DC. The only requirement to be eligible for this scholarship is that you have never attended Capitol Conference before, and you submit a short application before the deadline...that's it! There is no age restriction. The number of scholarships available is limited, so make sure your application is complete, detailed, and on time!

In addition to receiving complimentary registration to Capitol Conference, scholarship recipients will also receive a special night out in DC on Monday, February 25!

Click here to apply for the Vanguard Council Capitol Conference Scholarship. The application is very brief and may be done via paper or video submission. Simply tell us how your attendance at Capitol Conference will benefit NAHU, your chapter and/or our industry, as well as what you are hoping to gain personally.  

All applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. ET on Friday, December 7, 2018.  
The Vanguard Council will announce its selections no later than December 31, giving you enough time to make your flight and hotel reservations. Due to how quickly the room block at Capitol Conference's host hotel fills up, the Vanguard Council will hold a reservation for scholarship recipients at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill. Scholarship recipients will be responsible for all costs associated with their flight, hotel accommodations, meals and incidental expenses.



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