The ACA faces another gavel in SF on Wednesday…

Many in the Bay Area are familiar with the Commonwealth Club series of lectures and panels, which begin with three taps of a gavel, often broadcast over public radio. Health Access is proud to be a part of a panel this Wednesday evening, July 18th, on the Affordable Care Act and the recent Supreme Court decision’s impact on California.

Here’s the info… You are invited:

The Supreme Court Health-Care Ruling and Its Impact on California


Peter Lee, Executive Director, California Health Benefit Exchange
Larry Levitt, Vice President of Special Projects, Kaiser Family Foundation
Bill Kramer, Executive Director for National Health Policy, Pacific Business Group on Health
Anthony Wright, Executive Director, Health Access (a consumer advocacy coalition)
Lisa Aliferis, Health Editor, KQED News – Moderator

The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the majority of President Obama’s health-reform plan, including the requirement of individual coverage, was one of the most closely watched decisions of the Supreme Court in years, with effects rippling outward to touch every corner of the country. How will this momentous ruling affect your health coverage and medical care? What does it mean for businesses and health-care providers? A panel of health-care insiders and advocates will dissect the Supreme Court’s decision on The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, focusing on its impact on providers and patients in California.



Location: SF Club Office
Time: 5:30 p.m. networking reception, 6 p.m. program
Cost: FREE
Also know:
Underwritten by the California HealthCare Foundation.
Location  Blue Room, The Commonwealth Club    

Health Access California promotes quality, affordable health care for all Californians.
Comments are closed.