755 South Clark St
Chicago Tea Party March 2013 monthly meeting
The true impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Blackie’s Chicago 755 South Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois 60605
Parking: New parking facility is just north of Blackies at 715 N. Clark.
When: Wednesday March 20, 2013 at 7 p.m.
The Chicago Tea Party in partnership with Heritage Action for America, will present a multi-media presentation on the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’, known colloquially as ‘Obamacare’. Followed by a question and answer session for participants.
Presenter: C. Steven Tucker – Health Care Policy Team Leader for the Illinois Tea Party
Audience: Employees, Self-employed and Business Owners, Seniors and all Americans concerned how the PPACA will impact health insurance policy design and cost, health care choice and accessibility and state and federal budgets.
On October 1, 2013, the first ‘open enrollment’ period begins for federally backed health insurance exchanges. Come learn what open enrollment means and what health insurance will cost you if you choose to purchase coverage inside and outside these new health insurance exchanges. Learn the truth about pre-existing conditions and how the PPACA’s changes to Medicare and Medicaid will affect federal and state budgets and your access to future health care services.
Whether you are an employee who is currently covered under an employer sponsored health insurance plan, a self-employed individual who purchases your own health insurance or a business owner that provides coverage to your employees. Come learn how the new health care regulations will impact your pocket book, bottom line and your ability to grow your company. Including smart strategies to mitigate the coming risk.
With the PPACA less than 10 months away, now is the time to understand what’s hidden in the thousands of pages of new HHS regulations and interim final rulings published in the Federal Register since the passage of the PPACA.