Health Care Reform Summit to be held July 25 in Cadillac and Big Rapids

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Michigan Consumers for Healthcare will be presenting about Health Care Reform on Thursday, July 25 in Cadillac and Big Rapids.  The topics of discussion include:


  • Michigan Healthcare Exchange: Implication of a Federally-Facilitated Exchange?

  • How will health care reform impact Michigan individuals, families, and small businesses?

  • What is the role of a Navigator and how will the Navigator work?

  • What role(s) can individuals, providers, community-based organizations, and small business play in health care reform?

  • What is the status of Medicaid expansion efforts?


Regional meetings will be held at the Baker College Student Center in Cadillac from 9–11:30 am, and at the Holiday Inn in Big Rapids from 1:30 pm – 4 pm.  For more information or to RSVP, contact Julie Dillingham at 231.902.8527.  Health Care Summit Flyer

 

 

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