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Sign up for our Nov. 8 Webinar: Covering Health Reform After the Election

Sign up for our Nov. 8 Webinar: Covering Health Reform After the Election

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Healthcare reform has become one of the most divisive issues of the 2012 campaign season. Mitt Romney repeatedly has vowed to repeal "Obamacare" on his first day in office while President Barack Obama staunchly defends the Affordable Care Act, his signature domestic policy achievement, as simply "the right thing to do."  

This week, Reporting on Health is bringing together an expert panel to help you understand and report on one of the most important national and local post-election stories. Our speakers will share insights, story ideas and predictions on the road ahead for healthcare in America. 

We hope you can join us.

When: Thursday, Nov. 8, 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT) to 11 a.m. PDT (2 p.m. EDT)

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Where: Your computer

To Register: Space is limited. Click here to reserve your space with us or copy this link in your browser:


Mary Agnes Carey, reports on health policy as a senior correspondent at Kaiser Health News. She has covered health reform and federal health policy for more than 15 years including stints as an editor and then Capitol Hill Bureau Chief for Congressional Quarterly. Carey has a thorough understanding of both the policy and politics of health reform and will share the insights of a veteran Washington health correspondent. 

Anna Gorman, a staff writer at the Los Angeles Times, writes about public health and health policy.  She is a 2012 National Health Journalism Fellow at the USC Annenberg School of Journalism and previously was a 2011 Nieman Fellow. She has taught journalism at both Harvard University and the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.  Gorman will share her techniques for great local and national storytelling on complex health policy topics.

Thomas Miller
, a resident fellow at the Washington, D.C.-based American Enterprise Institute, is a former senior health economist for the Congressional Joint Economic Committee. He studies health care policy and regulation. A former trial attorney, journalist, and sports broadcaster, Miller is the co-author of Why ObamaCare Is Wrong For America. Miller will share insights on what's next for health reform, based on insights gleaned from a long policy and political career.

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