The Senate Finance Committee May 18 released a 41-page list of policy options for funding comprehensive reform of America’s health care system, many of which have already prompted criticism from affected industries and their respective associations. The options on the table are wide-ranging, and include potential savings achieved from within the health care system, modifications… Read more »
I’ve really enjoyed reading the various posts on this site, and getting a sense of how my colleagues are approaching some tough challenges in the industries and professions they represent. This seems like a good forum for sharing some ideas that might be adaptable by other groups. In that vein, I’d like to share a… Read more »
The ASAE’s President and CEO on this week’s Health Care discussion as a follow up to yesterday’s post. As John mention in the clip, click on Get Involved to join in the conversation.
Earlier this week, representatives of several organizations and associations with a stake in health care reform were called to the White House to provide their perspectives on reforming the health care system and reducing costs. “[W]e have joined together in an unprecedented effort, as private sector stakeholders—physicians, hospitals, other health care workers, payors, suppliers, manufacturers,… Read more »
The May edition of Associations Now is hot off the press and one of the most popular pieces features interviews with a variety of CEOs all answering questions surrounding the economic downturn, the effect it’s had on their organization, and what they’re doing to recover. Below, I’ve pulled the highlights of the most compelling responses. … Read more »