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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2008
9 A.M.-NOON
FIRST FRIENDS MEETING
3030 KESSLER BLVD. E. DR.
INDIANAPOLIS IN 46220
A Public Conversation
Understanding the Health Care Crisis:
Problems and Solutions
This conversation will help the public understand health
care coverage, health care financing and the challenges of
health care reform. Lack of affordable insurance is a
concern for many churches, as well small businesses and
individuals.
Topics of discussion include:
HealthCare Basics- Is there a problem? with Rob Stone, MD,
Director of Hoosiers for a Commonsense Health Plan.
A Brief History of Health Care Reform in the U .S. by Chris
Stack, MD Physicians for a National Health Program.
State of Health Care in Indiana with Eric Wright, PhD, Professor
of School of Public and Environmental Affairs and Director
at Center for Health Policy.
A question-and-answer session will follow. A 17-minute DVD
presentation on HR 676 will be available for viewing in the parlor.
For more information,
contact Mary Blackburn
at 317.926.9226
THIS FORUM IS
SPONSORED BY:
Hoosiers for Commonsense
Health Plan
This event is free.
Childcare is provided.

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