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How woes & the ACA impact Wisconsin

Update: A scheduling conflict means Steve will not be able to join on Monday. We'll be rescheduling with him for the new year. That said, our community is awesome and we have a wonderful group of panelists stepping in to lead a discussion around insurance reform. 

Attorney Bobby Peterson is the Executive Director and Martin Schroeder is a staff Attorney for ABC for Health, a Public Interest Law Firm that specializes in access to health care issues for low income clientsBobby and Martin will talk about current initiatives in Wisconsin to address care disparities and challenges people face gaining coverage.

In addition to running the non-profit advocacy group, a career spent helping patients find coverage has led Bobby to create a for-profit tech company. My Coverage Plan Inc., helps patients identify, secure and optimize available coverage - a missing piece in the current health care coverage marketplace.

Join us on December 16 – we’ll be pulling out all the stops to talk about:

• The ACA (a.k.a Obamacare) 

• The implications of Wisconsin opting not to expand Medicaid (Badgercare)
• What it took to get ready for the October 1 enrollment period and how plan design has changed in light of new market pressure  
• Opportunities for technology to solve emerging challenges 

It’s going to be enlightening and we hope you’re able to participate!

Directions: The conference room is just off the main lobby. If entering from the Pinckney Street entrance of US Bank, proceed along the right wall of the lobby up a few steps (before the guard station) and turn right to the large conference room. 

Parking: Anyone who wants to park in the US Bank building can enter before 6 and self-serve pay by credit card when you leave. Meters also end at 6 and should be available around the square.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I traveled an hour to get there and the front and side doors were locked.

    December 16, 2013

    • Karin

      I arrived at 6:15 and the Pinkney St door was unlocked/open. Sorry to hear you weren't able to get in.

      1 · December 16, 2013

    • Jonathan B.

      Hey David, Sorry the middle revolving door was open. I stood out there to make sure...sorry I missed you.

      1 · December 16, 2013

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