Audio Conference: Game Change - Health Reform Allows Enrollment in Other Benefits to Leapfrog
September 22, 2010
Health care reform has the potential to dramatically change the way low-income individuals and families apply for and receive other benefits, such as nutritional assistance and the earned income tax credit. Join the Coalition to Promote Access and Opportunity on Sept. 22 from 1-2 p.m. ET to hear from some of the nation's leading experts about how health care reform will affect low-income individuals and families - and about the opportunities to weigh in now on the choices that the federal government and states will be making over the next years.
Speakers include: Sam Karp, Vice President for Programs, California HealthCare Foundation and
Co-chair of the HIT Policy & Standards Committees Enrollment Workgroup; Kathleen Stoll, Director of Health Policy, Families USA; Andrew Allison, PhD, Executive Director, Kansas Health Policy Authority; and Jason A. Helgerson, Medicaid Director, State of Wisconsin.