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Supreme Court's Decision on the Affordable Care Act:
Wednesday, July 11, 2012 from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
The Supreme Court's Decision on the Affordable Care Act:
Implications for Health Care and Public Health
Welcome remarks: Steven Knapp, President, The George Washington University
Speakers will include:
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
The Honorable Tom Daschle
Sheila Burke, Senior Public Policy Advisor, Baker Donelson Professionals
A roundtable discussion will be moderated by Professor Sara Rosenbaum, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services and will feature:
Dr. Georges Benjamin, Executive Director, American Public Health Association
Mindy Hatton, General Counsel, American Hospital Association
Karen Ignagni, President, America’s Health Insurance Plans
Ron Pollack, Executive Director, Families USA
Sonya Schwartz, Program Director, National Academy for State Health Policy
Reception immediately following.
With gratitude to the Kovler Foundation/ Peter and Judy Kovler for making this event possible.
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The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services
Founded in 1997, the George Washington School of Public Health and Health Services (SPHHS) is committed to advancing public health, globally and locally. As the only school of public health in the nation's capital, SPHHS offers students an unrivaled and distinct educational experience--one that not only includes interactions with world-class faculty, researchers and scientists but also provides opportunities to connect, engage and learn from inside the world's most influencial public and private organizations. From the urban neighborhoods of the District of Columbia, to the federal agencies and Capitol Hill, to the rural villages of Africa and beyond, students build competencies to navigate the complex scientific, policy, cultural, behavioral and socioeconomic determinants of health.