2015 White House Conference on Aging Recap

If you were not able to attend the White House Conference on Aging or a watch party for the Conference, here are links to video and information discussed during the event! Click here for: FACT SHEET: The White House Conference on Aging Click here for more WHCOA Videos and Discussion Guide!

White House Conference on Aging date ANNOUNCED: JULY 13

From the WHCOA website (Click here for original page): Connecting Generations to Engage on July 13 By Nora Super Today at the White House Conference on Aging Regional Forum in Boston, Health and Human Services Secretary Burwell announced that the 2015 White House Conference on Aging will be held on July 13th.  The July event will … Continue reading

2015 White House Conference on Aging

The website for the 2015 White House Conference on Aging was launched this week. The site provides information on the issues that will be covered during this year’s conference and ways for community organizations and aging stakeholders to get involved with the event.   Click here for 2015 White House Conference on Aging Website: http://www.whitehouseconferenceonaging.gov/ Click … Continue reading

California Healthline: White House Issues Veto Warning on GOP Bill To Extend High-Risk Pools

On Tuesday, the White House issued a Statement of Administration Policy warning that President Obama would veto a House Republican bill (HR 1549) that would shift funds under the Affordable Care Act to sustain the ACA’s temporary high-risk insurance pool program through the end of the year if it reaches his desk, AP/U-T San Diego reports. The House is … Continue reading

California Healthline: White House Issues Veto Warning on GOP Bill To Extend High-Risk Pools

On Tuesday, the White House issued a Statement of Administration Policy warning that President Obama would veto a House Republican bill (HR 1549) that would shift funds under the Affordable Care Act to sustain the ACA’s temporary high-risk insurance pool program through the end of the year if it reaches his desk, AP/U-T San Diego reports. The House is … Continue reading

The Hill: White House on defense after Sebelius remark on health law

WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 19: U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius listens during a news conference December 19, 2011 at the Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, DC. Sebelius announced that thirty-two health care organizations from across the country will participate in a new Accountable Care Organization (ACOs) initiative which encourage primary care doctors, specialists, hospitals and other caregivers to provide better, more coordinated care for people with Medicare and could save up to $1.1 billion over five years.

By Justin Sink – 03/27/13 02:13 PM ET The White House insisted on Wednesday that healthcare costs are falling after a member of President Obama’s Cabinet said some people could see their insurance premiums rise under the Affordable Care Act.  “I would actually point to the results that we’re already seeing from the Affordable Care Act, … Continue reading

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