Register Now for February 8th “Live From NAHU” Webinar

All Brokers Invited to Join the February 8th NAHU “State of the Union Health Policy” Webinar


President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union Address on Tuesday, January 30, and now NAHU invites you to join Executive Vice President and CEO Janet Trautwein for a special live edition of the NAHU webinar, “State of the Union… and Health Policy,” at 9 am, Pacific time, on Thursday, February 8.

After a frenzied year of health policy with many fits and starts in Congress and executive actions by the Administration, Janet will recap the past year’s health policy issues and what we can expect for 2018. This will include an analysis of the president’s State of the Union Address as it may relate to health insurance issues, a regulatory and compliance look at the changes underway, a preview of legislative proposals expected in the coming months, and what issues NAHU is working to influence as policymakers seek to enact change ahead of the midterm elections in November.

We expect this to be a very popular session, so to ensure your place for the live broadcast please register at .

Not a NAHU member yet ? You’re still invited ! Non-CAHU members can register, for a $50 fee. Then sign-up for membership within 2 weeks of the webinar, and you can credit that $50 toward their membership.

The session is limited to 1,000 participants. If you can’t make it or it fills up, the session will be recorded and the slides and webinar recording will be posted online.

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