What does the President’s FY 2015 Budget mean for the economy, the prospects of action in Congress and its impact to healthcare? This webinar will address that overarching question as it relates to the following topics:
- What does the President's Budget propose for Health Care Providers, Plans, Suppliers and others?
- Will this affect the prospects of physician payment reforms now pending in Congress?
- What are the implications for the Affordable Care Act?
- Who wins and who loses, and how will that Influence the Budget Process?
Martin A. Corry, Chair of Government Relations & Public Policy department of Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC. Mr. Corry represents clients on health care matters before Congress and the Executive branch on legislative, regulatory and administrative matters. He also provides strategic advice and counsel to clients on broad public policy and program goals as well as specific client business needs.
Keith J. Fontenot, MA, Managing Director of Government Relations and Public Policy department of Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC. Mr. Fontenot brings to the firm a wealth of experience in health policy at the highest levels of government, in both the Executive and Legislative branches. Most recently, as the top health care budget official at OMB he was heavily involved in the development and implementation of the Affordable Care Act. In his four years in that role, he advised the most senior levels of the White House, the top leadership of key federal health agencies, and members of Congress, on budget, legislative and regulatory issues major health programs.
Kelly Lavin Delmore, Director of Government Relations & Public Policy at Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC. Ms. Delmore represents health care clients in front of the legislative and executive branches of the federal government. With a background in health information technology and health administration, she has a broad base of experience in numerous health care settings, national health care provider associations and Capitol Hill.
Alex M. Brill, Economic Policy Advisor of Hooper, Lundy & Bookman's Government Relations and Public Policy department. He has a B.A. in Economics from Tufts University and an M.A. in Mathematical Finance from Boston University. Mr. Brill has a broad range of public policy expertise and experience including tax, pension, trade, budget and health policy matters. Mr. Brill formerly served as the Policy Director and Chief Economist to the House Committee on Ways and Means and oversaw a broad portfolio of legislative matters in addition to assisting then Chairman Bill Thomas (R-CA) with negotiations with House and Senate leadership offices as well as Senate Finance Committee members.