“A Brownout in Massachusetts Changes Healthcare Policy Debate”

January 21, 2010
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs

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How closely are you following this fervent debate on the biggest healthcare reform in history? How will the changes affect you as an employer, small business owner or purchaser of healthcare? Join Kevin O'Neill this week for Capital Thinking as he interviews healthcare policy experts Julie Black and Kendall Hussey from the editorial team at the capitalthinkinghealthcare.com blog to understand the latest twists in the road to reform. Then, Karen Thiel will share her expertise in the healthcare IT area and explain the newest rules on Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and their impact on health IT vendors, health professionals, acute care, children's and critical access hospitals. Then political analyst Nick Allard is our guest to talk about the fallout from Scott Brown's election in Massachusetts. All that, plus the latest insider analysis from Capitol Hill and the halls of power in Washington.

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