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CQ Roll Call & Thomson Reuters: This Week in Healthcare

CQ Roll Call

Tuesday, March 29, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM (EDT)

Washington, DC

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Join CQ Roll Call & Thomson Reuters for a program on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 from 8 - 10:30 a.m. discussing the future of healthcare legislation and implementation.  Details to follow.

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Agenda:

8 am                       Breakfast reception

8:30 am                  Welcome Remarks

8:35  am                 Keynotes

          Marilyn Tavenner, principal deputy administrator, CMS            

9:05 am                  Panel

          Moderated by Morton Kondracke, Roll Call
  • Joel Ario, director, Office of Insurance Exchanges, HHS
  • Raymond Fabius, M.D., Thomson Reuters, Healthcare & Science
  • John Reichard, CQ HealthBeat
  • Tevi Troy, Ph.D., Hudson Institute & Former HHS Deputy Secretary

10:30 am                                   Adjourn


Please arrive early as seating will be limited.

About the This Week in Healthcare Newsletter:

Thomson Reuters and CQ Roll Call, a division of The Economist Group, will offer a new e-mail publication targeted to healthcare executives and industry leaders.
The newsletter, This Week in Healthcare, will include a digest of news and analysis of Washington's health policy developments, including the implementation of the new healthcare reform law.

To subscribe, click here: http://interest.healthcare.thomsonreuters.com/content/CQSubscriptionForm

To see a sample issue, click here: healthcarescience.thomsonreuters.com/CQRollCall/

Each week when Congress is in session, This Week in Healthcare will analyze how pending health policy decisions could affect key segments of the healthcare industry. It will combine selected articles from CQ Roll Call’s premier health policy publication, CQ HealthBeat, with analysis from subject-matter experts in Healthcare & Science business of Thomson Reuters.
CQ Roll Call has been a leading news source on the health policy reform effort, with in-depth coverage of Capitol Hill and analysis of the key players at pivotal points in the law's passage. The Thomson Reuters healthcare unit has decades of experience providing information, business intelligence and data analytics to thousands of hospitals as well as large employers, insurers, and state and federal agencies.

“We’re excited to work with our partners at CQ Roll Call to deliver a compelling blend of news and analysis,” said Howard Goller, Healthcare & Science editor at the Thomson Reuters Professional NewsCenter. “Our goal is to show healthcare leaders what’s coming from Washington and what it means to them.”

 “We’re pleased to be working with Thomson Reuters to help healthcare industry stakeholders better understand what the new health reform law means to them — and what Congress and the federal agencies plan to do next,” said Mike Mills, editorial director and senior vice president of CQ Roll Call. “We're glad to be creating such a valuable partnership that combines CQ Healthbeat’s news with expert analysis from Thomson Reuters.”

Have questions about CQ Roll Call & Thomson Reuters: This Week in Healthcare? Contact CQ Roll Call

When & Where


The Columbus Club at Union Station
50 Massachusetts Ave.
Washington, DC 20002

Tuesday, March 29, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM (EDT)


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