Friday, December 5, 2008

National Health Policy Conference

Health Care Reform: Did Voters Send a Message or a Mandate?

Find out at the
National Health Policy Conference
February 2-3, 2009
Washington, D.C.

Health care reform was a hot talking point during the election, but how much did the issue really influence voters’ decisions?

Because public opinion can have a significant impact on policymakers' decisions, understanding where health care reform ultimately falls on the public’s priority list can offer insight into the prognosis for reform in 2009.

Join lead pollsters from both the Obama and McCain Campaigns at the National Health Policy Conference (NHPC) to learn what opinion polls are telling us about how the public views health care reform and what it means for policymaking in 2009.

Confirmed panelists include:

Joel Benenson, Benenson Strategy Group
Strategic political and corporate research and consulting

Bill McInturff, Public Opinion Strategies
National survey research, specializing in health care

In addition, the NHPC agenda offers perspectives on other aspects of health care reform, with insight from administration officials, members of Congress, state officials, and executives from the health care industry.

The NHPC is your first post-inaugural opportunity to hear directly from new and returning policymakers about plans for reform. Register by December 22 to take advantage of early registration discounts.

Hosted by AcademyHealth and Health Affairs.

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