What: "Stopping Surprise Billing: Consumer-Centered Solutions for Reform"
When: Wednesday, May 29th 1 PM ET
Where: 2322 Rayburn House Office Building
Media: Open Press
More than half of Americans have been impacted by surprise medical bills, according to a recent survey. Lawmakers are eager to take action, with bipartisan – but markedly different – measures introduced in both the House and Senate and Congressional committees also turning attention to this pressing health care challenge.
What comes next and how can Congress get legislation signed into law that makes a meaningful difference for patients? Join the Council for Affordable Health Coverage and a panel of expert guests on Wednesday, May 29th at 1 PM in 2322 Rayburn House Office Building for a Congressional briefing where we will break down the competing strategies and outline solutions for reform. Refreshments will be served!
Save your spot and RSVP today.
Loren Adler, Associate Director, Center for Health Policy, Brookings Institution
Benedic N. Ippolito, Research Fellow in Economic Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute
Chapin White, PhD., Adjunct Senior Policy Researcher, RAND Corporation
Jeff Lemieux, Chief Economist, Council for Affordable Health Coverage