Health care reform has the potential to dramatically change the way low-income families apply for and receive other benefits, such as nutritional assistance and the Earned Income Tax Credit.

Join the Coalition to Promote Access and Opportunity co-convenors, First Focus, Single Stop USA, and the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) on Wednesday, September 22, from 1:00-2:00pm EST to hear from some of the nation’s leading experts on how health care reform will affect low-income families – and about the opportunities to weigh in now on the choice that the federal government and states will be making over the next few years.

Audioconference speakers include:

Sam Karp Vice President for Programs, California HealthCare Foundation Co-Chair of the HIT Policy & Standards Committees Enrollment Workgroup

Kathleen Stoll Director of Health Policy, Families USA

Andrew Allison, PhD Executive Director, Kansas Health Policy Authority

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