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IMPLEMENTING THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: ENROLLMENT, EDUCATION AND TAXES
The Affordable Care Act not only includes the most significant health-care reform in decades, but also one of the largest tax law changes, creating many unique and unprecedented issues for taxpayers and the uninsured. Please join Bloomberg Government, The Tax Institute at H&R Block, leading experts and policy makers for this breakfast discussion examining the real world implications of health-care reform implementation. Issues include how to help millions of uninsured taxpayers gain access to health insurance information and enrollment assistance and how government agencies can partner with the private sector to educate consumers and small businesses on their health-care obligations and choices to bridge the gap between education, understanding and enrollment.
DATE: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
TIME: Breakfast and registration begins at 8:00 a.m; Panel follows at 8:30 a.m.
LOCATION: Hilton Springfield, Capitol Room, 700 East Adams Street, Springfield, IL 62701
- Illinois Deputy Governor Cristal Thomas, Deputy Governor of Public Policy, Office of the Governor
- Ms. Laura Minzer, Executive Director, Health Care Council, Illinois Chamber of Commerce
- Mr. Michael Koetting, Deputy Director for Planning & Reform Implementation, Illinois Department of Health Care and Human Services (HFS)
- Ms. Kathy Chan, Associate Director, Director of Policy and Advocacy, Illinois Maternal and Child Coalition
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