Last Chance to Have Breakfast with Legislators, Tickets Going Fast
You still have an opportunity to sign up for the Oregon Health Forum legislative breakfast but tickets are going fast.
We're bringing together legislators from both sides of the aisle to learn which health policy bills are likely to move forward this session, and respond to your questions.
What’s the likelihood of the bill proposed by Rep. Mitch Greenlick that would transform the state’s coordinated care organization passing this legislative session? How about the pharmaceutical reforms envisioned by Rep, Rob Nosse? And are the hospitals willing to absorb a higher tax to sustain the Oregon Health Plan?
You won't want to miss the Oregon Health Forum legislative breakfast on April 25 in Salem. The event gets underway at 7 a.m. at the Willamette Heritage Center located at 1313 Mill St. SE in Salem. Book your ticket by April 18 to avoid being turned away, because we’re expecting a sell-out crowd.
You’ll hear from:
- Rep. Knute Buehler
- Rep. Cedric Hayden
- Rep. Mitch Greenlick
- Rep. Bill Kenemmer
- Sen. Jeff Kruse, and
- Rep. Rob Nosse, and
- Our moderator will be Rep. Bill Post.
Following the presentations from our panelists, there’ll be ample time for you to quiz them as the event doesn’t conclude until shortly before 9 a.m.
The Oregon Health Forum is the educational arm of The Lund Report, hosting monthly breakfast forums aimed at bringing important healthcare issues to the forefront. Each event features healthcare leaders, public officials and consumer advocates, both on the stage and in the audience. Diane can be reached at email@example.com.