2013 Health Care Today: Knicole C. Emanuel Will Be a Panelist as Medicaid Expert
For anyone interested, the Triangle Business Journal, is hosting a Health Care symposium discussion, which will mainly revolve around the issues affecting employers, health care providers, insurance and benefits consulting companies as everyone gets ready for the implementation of federal health care law in 2014. I am sitting as a panelist for the discussion.
Here is the link: http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/event/87901#eventDetails
Here is a description:
2013 Health Care Today
How will the upcoming health care changes affect small businesses and their employees? Join us to find out!
- When: Thursday, May 2, 2013,7:30am-9:30am Add to my calendar
- Where: Sheraton Imperial4700 Emperor Blvd. Durham NC 27703
- Suggested Dress: Business
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2013 Health Care Today: Your Impact, Your Dollars
How will the upcoming changes affect small businesses and their employees?
The symposium discussion will mainly revolve around the issues affecting employers, health care providers, insurance and benefits consulting companies as everyone gets ready for the implementation of federal health care law in 2014.
Moderator: Triangle Business Journal Health Care Reporter Jason deBruyn
- Dr. Allen Dobson, President and CEO of Community Care of North Carolina
- Rick Kelly, Senior Vice President of Progressive Benefit Solutions
- Adam Searing, Director of Health Access Coalition for the North Carolina Justice Center
- Brad Wilson, President and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina
- And me:) Knicole C. Emanuel, Medicaid Attorney
More panelists to be announced soon…
Join Triangle Business Journal as a panel of experts discuss these very important changes in the health care rules that could have a profound impact on our economy.
Posted on April 25, 2013, in Affordable Care Act, DHHS, Division of Medical Assistance, Federal Law, Health Care Providers and Services, Legal Analysis, Legislation, Medicaid, Medicaid Contracts, Medicaid Costs, Medicaid Funds, Medicaid Reform, North Carolina, Obamacare and tagged DHHS, Division of Medical Assistance, DMA, Health care, Health care provider, Managed Care Organizations, Medicaid, North Carolina, Obamacare, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Recovery Audit Contractor, Symposium, Triangle Business Journal. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.