*This webinar has been postponed to a later date*Health Insurance Exchanges: Meeting the 2014 Deadline While Investing in a Platform for the Future
February 9, 20122:00pm EST / 11:00 PSTDuration: 60 minutesThe issue of health care reform has both captivated and polarized the nation. More than a year after the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), debate continues in Washington, in the media, and around kitchen tables across the nation. While the debate is likely to continue for the foreseeable future, implementation deadlines remain unchanged and loom large for the states, which are the primary custodians for reform initiatives. As states prepare for this uncharted journey, they will confront formidable challenges, but can also see unprecedented opportunities for modernization.
What are the four most pressing challenges that states will face and how can they overcome them? What are the three most critical elements in a health care reform strategy or solution? How can states meet the immediate ACA deadlines, while laying the groundwork for overall modernization efforts? Learn the answer to these questions and others in this interactive webinar from Government Technology magazine and the Center for Digital Government.Moderator:John MiriSr. FellowCenter for Digital EducationFormer Director of E-GovernmentState of TexasFeatured Speakers:Ronan RooneyCTO & Co-FounderCúram Software, an IBM CompanyJohn J. SweeneySr. Product Marketing ManagerCúram Software, an IBM CompanyCameron J. Brooks, Ph.D.Director, Government HealthcareIBM Global Public SectorPlease fill out the registration form below. You will be contacted via email with information on how to join us for the webinar.
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