NEW SPEAKERS ADDED: Representatives Tom Reed, Josh Gottheimer, Debbie Dingell & More Set to Join CAHC & P4ESC's "Price of Good Health" Summit on January 15th at the Newseum

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WASHINGTON, DC: The Council for Affordable Health Coverage (CAHC) and Partnership for Employer-Sponsored Coverage (P4ESC) announced the latest round of confirmed speakers for its Price of Good Health summit on January 15th at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

Newly confirmed speakers for the one-day event, already set to feature HHS Secretary Alex Azar, Axios Health Care Editor Sam Baker and others, include: 

  • Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-MI), Co-Chair of the Medicare for All Caucus 

  • Congressman Tom Reed (R-NY), Co-Chair of the Problem Solvers Caucus

  • Congressman Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ), Co-Chair of the Problem Solvers Caucus

  • CMS Deputy Administrator & CCIIO Director Randy Pate 

  • Justine Handelman, Senior Vice President, Office of Policy & Representation, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association

  • Jamey Millar, Senior Vice President of Managed Markets and Government Affairs, GlaxoSmithKline
     

A limited number of free tickets remain available to the public. View the full event agenda and reserve tickets here.

 

The Price of Good Health Summit is an open-press event. Please send media RSVPs to Jonathan.Frank@CAHC.net to help us ensure space for our invited guests. 

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About the Council for Affordable Health Coverage:
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. Learn more at CAHC.net or on Twitter at @C4AHC.  
 
About Partnership for Employer-Sponsored Coverage:
The Partnership for Employer-Sponsored Coverage (P4ESC) is an advocacy alliance for employers of all sizes and the millions of hard-working Americans and their families who rely on employer-sponsored coverage every day. P4ESC is working to ensure that employer-sponsored coverage is strengthened and remains a viable, affordable option for decades to come. Learn more at P4ESC.org or on Twitter at @P4ESC