Los Angeles, CA, July 25, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- On March 23rd, 2010 newly elected President Obama signed the health reform bill that will forever change the American health system as we know it. As news became reality, citizens made their voices heard loud and clear, in positive and in negative ways. As the existing health insurance coverage was expanded and major changes took place immediately, many of the underlying and lurking problems were not adequately addressed in doing so. These changes will result in huge increases to insurance costs for some, yet not others. Many other underlying issues were not even addressed. This has created a need for individuals to find a common ground to meet and discuss some of the solutions and ultimately try to find answers to their many questions. The National Healthcare Conference™ will bring these world renowned leaders together in Los Angeles to do just that. www.healthcarereformconference.com
There are many new roadblocks that employers, insurance companies and all Americans will come across. Each and every American is affected in some way or another by healthcare reform. The chronically ill will be glad to see their health insurance premiums decrease while the healthy will have the burden to bear of having their premiums skyrocket. Seniors will enjoy the benefits of lower costs while today’s youth, who are just starting to make their way in the world, will have no alternative but to pay the higher price ticket of enjoying health insurance.
Greg T. Greenwood, Ph.D., MBA, President and CEO, Human Capital Specialists
"Healthcare reform is still a work in progress. The National Healthcare Reform Conference will take place at a time when many of the regulations will have been specified, and thus, it will provide the most up to date information available, as well as provide solutions and information that people can use to optimize understanding and garner the most benefit from the legislation."
Robert E. Moffit, Ph.D., Senior Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
Senior Fellow in Domestic and Economic Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation, Robert E. Moffit, Ph.D., is delighted to be participating in the National Healthcare Reform Conference in Los Angeles in September. “During a time of skyrocketing deficits and increasing encroachment on individual freedom from the federal government, it is extremely important to continue the national healthcare debate. Some of the negative consequences of the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) will affect not only doctors, seniors, and business owners, but every single American citizen. It will alter the relationship between the individual citizen and the federal government, and it will alter the relationship between the federal government and the states. From Moffit’s perspective, the debate on health care reform should continue; the current law should be scrapped in favor of a new approach that restores the traditional doctor-patient relationship, empowers individuals and families to make the key decisions over health care financing, health plans and benefits, and promotes bold health care reform experimentation at the state level. The National Healthcare Reform Conference will be an exceptional forum to discuss healthcare reform that allows for real individual choice and better quality of care.”
The National Healthcare Reform Conference™ targets 500 healthcare leaders to the conference, and because of high demand upon announcing the conference organizersnow expect registration to be sold out.
The National Healthcare Reform Conference™ is part of the Employer Healthcare Congress, www.employerhealthcarecongress.com, which is one of the leading healthcare conferences in the country with a focus on employers.