Contact: Kari Root
WASHINGTON DC USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICETM - OCTOBER 28, 2003: Find out at the 2004 National Health Policy Conference - the first place to hear about the nation's health policy agenda for the upcoming year. The NHPC, co-hosted by AcademyHealth and Health Affairs, brings together policy experts from the public and private sectors to debate and discuss issues and concerns. Hear from officials in the Bush administration about their priorities, health advisors from the 2004 presidential primary campaigns about their candidates' health care proposals, senior congressional staff discussing key health issues facing the 108th Congress, and many other experts debating timely topics. For a complete agenda, visit http://www.academyhealth.org/nhpc/agenda.htm
NEW FEATURED MINICOURSES:
New this year - minicourses on health policy techniques and tools (http://www.academyhealth.org/nhpc/affiliate.htm). Interested in learning more about health policy tools and techniques? Register for the courses on incorporating evaluation into the policymaking process and using cost-effectiveness analysis to support alternative policy options at http://www.academyhealth.org/nhpc/register.htm. These two, three-hour minicourses run consecutively on Friday, January 30 at the Renaissance Washington D.C. Hotel.
NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY CONFERENCE UPDATES:
Visit www.academyhealth.org/nhpc regularly for program updates, hotel details, and registration information.
Register (http://www.academyhealth.org/nhpc/register.htm) by December 15 to receive the reduced rate for this January 28-29 conference at the Renaissance Washington D.C. Hotel.
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