WASHINGTON, DC: The Council for Affordable Health Coverage (CAHC) – a coalition of employers, insurers, brokers, agents, patient groups, and physician organizations – will hold a Congressional briefing on Tuesday, September 19th at 10 AM entitled "1332 Reasons for Reform: An Explainer on ACA Waivers and What States are Doing to Strengthen Markets for Consumers."
From the Problem Solvers Caucus’ market stabilization proposal, to the Kasich-Hickenlooper plan, to the Senate HELP Committee’s efforts led by Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Ranking Member Patty Murray (D-WA), Democrats and Republicans alike are rallying around reforms to the Affordable Care Act’s Section 1332 waiver program as a possible bipartisan path forward on health care.
This briefing will examine the mechanics of Section 1332 waivers and proposed reforms to spur state innovation while improving markets for consumers.
WHAT: CAHC Congressional briefing: "1332 Reasons for Reform: An Explainer on ACA Waivers and What States are Doing to Strengthen Markets for Consumers"
WHEN: Tuesday, September 19th, 10 AM ET
WHERE: 2322 Rayburn House Office Building
MEDIA: Open press
Joel White, Council for Affordable Health Coverage
Brian Webb, National Association of Insurance Commissioners
Kris Haltmeyer, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
Refreshments will be served. This is a widely attended event and complies with all ethics rules.
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The Council for Affordable Health Coverage (CAHC) is a broad-based alliance with a primary focus: bringing down the cost of health care for all Americans. CAHC promotes policies that lower health costs through increased competition, informed consumers and more choices to help promote access to affordable coverage.