Thursday, December 11, 2014

2014 November/December Government Relations

NAIFA/WAHU "Day on the Hill 2015
January 27, 2015
Phoenix Inn, Olympia, Washington
NAIFA Washington Members it's time to mark you calendars for our annual NAIFA/WAHU "Day on the Hill". This is going to be a very important year because the State's Budget deficit is BIG! You know we have to be engaged in this process for our clients and for ourselves. Here's what Mel Sorensen, NAIFA-Washington Lobbyist has provided:
Proposed Agenda
8:45                 Welcome and Introductions
9:00-9:30         Update on the Washington Health
                        Benefit Exchange                 
                        Catherine Bailey, Director of
                        Healthplanfinder Business
9:30-10:00       Governor Inslee’s Health Policy Objectives for 2015
                        Jason McGill, Health Policy Advisor - Office of the Governor 

10:00-10:30     Priorities for Life Insurers in the 2015 Legislative Session
                        Mr. John Mangan, Regional Vice President, American Council
                        of Life Insurers 
10:30-11:00     Legislative Budget and Policy Priorities for the 2015 Session
                        The Honorable Mark Schoesler (R. 9th Legislative District)
                        Washington State Senate, Majority Leader (Invited)
                        The Honorable Pat Sullivan (D, 47th Legislative District),
                        Washington State House; Majority Leader (Invited)
11:00-11:30     Priorities for Health Plans in the 2015 Legislative Session
                        Ms. Grace Campbell, Regional Director, State Affairs 
                        America's Health Insurance Plans
                        Ms, Sydney Smith Zvara, Executive Director
                        Association of Washington Healthcare Plans
11:30-11:45     Issue Briefing—Health and Life Insurance Priorities for NAIFA
                        and WAHU Members (Talking Points Papers to be Reviewed)
-Mel Sorensen

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