You are Invited

Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Roundtable Meeting
8:00am - 12:00pm

Western Michigan University
- Grand Ballroom B
200 Ionia Ave. SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

The Mackinac Center for Public Policy, The Heartland Institute, Consumers for Health Care Choices, and Americans for Prosperity - Michigan, invite you to an exclusive roundtable discussion The Future of Health Care in America in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Wednesday, July 1, 2009.  Discussion leaders will include some of the most innovative organizations and thought leaders in American health care today. The roundtable provides a forum for individuals from varied backgrounds to come together and work through the challenges facing consumer-driven health care in the new administration. 

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Topics to be discussed:

  • The Public Plan Option: Will There Be Room For Consumer-Driven Health Care in Health Reform?
  • Protecting the Doctor to Patient Relationship
  • Health Information Technology: Will it Help or Hurt?
  • Medicare and Medicaid: Is There Room For Entitlement Reform in the Obama Administration?

Please join health care experts and other health industry leaders to discuss the latest news in consumer-driven health care, the new administration's plans for reform, and research and advocacy in the coming year.

Hosted by:

Jack McHugh, Senior Legislative Analyst, Mackinac Center for Public Policy

Scott Hagerstrom, Executive Director, Americans for Prosperity - Michigan

Greg Scandlen, Director of the Heartland Institute's Consumers for Health Care Choices

There is no registration fee for this event which includes a continental breakfast. 

Please RSVP to Robin Knox, Project Manager of Consumers for Health Care Choices at 312-377-4000 or rknox@heartland.org.

Find free-market insights plus the latest news and views on the national and Michigan health care policy debates at the Mackinac Center's MI Health Facts Web site.

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