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iBIO Breakfast Series - Will Innovation Survive Healthcare Reform?
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iBIO Breakfast Series - Will Innovation Survive Healthcare Reform?

This session will provide a brief background on the ongoing state efforts to implement health reform law, and discuss how healthcare reform can impact innovation in the healthcare system.

1/16/2013
When: 1/16/2013
8 - 11 a.m.
Where: Deloitte
111 S. Wacker Dr.
Illinois 60606
United States
Contact: Monique Velasquez
3124221111

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The 2010 health reform law calls on States to dramatically increase access to insurance to millions of

individuals through the expansion of Medicaid and the creation of State-run exchanges. Federal guidance on exactly how to do all of these things, however, has favored state "flexibility,” but has otherwise provided varying levels of structure for states to actually turn to in sorting through the myriad issues associated with implementation.  

This session will provide a brief background on the ongoing state efforts to implement health reform law, and discuss how healthcare reform can impact innovation in the healthcare system. The bulk of the session will provide for an interactive discussion with experts representing iBIO companies, patient advocacy, hospital, budget and health policy analysts to identify the key challenges for states and the potential impacts for biotechnology companies.

Panelists: 
Paul Keckley, Executive Director, Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, Deloitte Center for Health Solutions

 

Michael Randall, Director, AdvocateCare, Advocate Physician Partners


John Murphy, Director, State Government Relations, Biotechnology Industry Organization

 

Thomas Tremble, Vice President, Government Relations and Regional Affairs, Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed)



Schedule:
8 - 9 a.m. Networking
9 - 11 a.m. Program


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