September 2012 Regional Meeting
September 10 & 11 - Omaha Magnolia Hotel
Now that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been upheld by the Supreme Court, family planning health centers must redouble their efforts to adapt to the new health care reality. With an influx of newly insured patients less than two years away, family planning providers need to prepare now to meet the increased need for services. At its September Regional Meeting, NFPRHA will provide content to help your health center prepare for the impending changes.
Content from NFPRHA’s ACA implementation project, Life After 40, includes: hands-on readiness assessment & environmental scan workshop; an update on how Massachusetts family planning providers have adapted following state-level health care reform; and an introduction to using shared or purchased services to help add operational capacity. NFPRHA’s consistently popular Medicaid Peer-to-Peer meeting will highlight the impact of the recent Supreme Court decision on the ACA’s 2014 expansion of Medicaid eligibility and provide plenty of opportunities for networking.
Due to overwhelming response, registration for in-person attendance at the September Regional meeting is now closed. NFPRHA members may sign up to attend the two Life After 40 sessions remotely, via webinar. Visit the meeting agenda page to register for webinars. Not a NFPRHA member yet? Join before the meeting and you will still be eligible to participate.
Please direct any questions to Lily Davidson at email@example.com or (202) 293-3114.
NFPRHA's hotel block at the Hotel Magnolia, 1615 Howard Street, Omaha, NE, 68102, is now closed.
All About Omaha
Make the most of your time in Omaha by planning to visit one of the many attractions located within walking distance of the meeting location. The Old Market neighborhood is home to cultural attractions including the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, the Jackson Street Booksellers - recommended in 2007 by the travel section of the New York Times - and numerous other dining and shopping venues. Venture less than a mile to Omaha’s lively North Downtown neighborhood to check out artist studios and locally owned businesses including boutiques, restaurants, and clubs. Restaurant suggestions from NFPRHA’s Nebraska members will be provided to all meeting registrants.