DC Federation of Citizens Associations
The complex (and seemingly incomprehensible) national health care law has already provoked serious discussion and debate on the future of medical care. Dr. Akhter will face business, senior citizen, religious, medical and general administrative questions about the city’s health insurance exchange which is expected to be operational by Oct. 1, 2013, as well as interpreting portions of the massive Affordable Care Act (e.g., income eligibility, incentives, health care cost containment, health insurance plans, penalties and tax implications).
DC residents, businesses, medical/hospital representatives and religious communities are urged to share their questions and concerns about this new medical system which now impacts everyone’s life.
Open to the public
[Directions - All Souls Memorial Episcopal Church, 2300 Cathedral Ave., NW (off Connecticut A venue) is near the Woodley Park Metro on the Red Line. The Church parking lot is on Woodley Place, behind the church. Use the entrance down the garden steps from the parking lot. The door will be open by 6:30 PM.]
For more information contact: Anne Mohnkern Renshaw, President
DC Federation of Citizens Associations. (202) 363-6880; firstname.lastname@example.org.