The Public Sector HealthCare Roundtable is a non-partisan, member-directed coalition that exists to give public sector health care purchasers and State and local health plan administrators a voice in the design, development, and implementation of national health care policy. The Roundtable does this by providing in-depth policy analysis and a forum to collectively engage with key decision-makers in Washington, D.C. Benefits provided by Roundtable members have a far-reaching positive impact on the State economies and help to fuel a robust provider network and health care delivery system that benefits all citizens.
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COVID-19 Update & Webinar
Friday, March 27, 2020 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
Roundtable COVID-19 Update and Upcoming Webinar
On behalf of the Public Sector HealthCare Roundtable, we wish you and your loved ones health and safety at this extraordinary time. The Roundtable is closely monitoring and engaging in the rapidly evolving policy and political environment in order to ensure that public sector workers, retirees, and their dependents are informed and protected during this time of national emergency.
To that end, we will be hosting a webinar for Roundtable members and allies to discuss congressional and executive branch policy developments as it relates to COVID-19 on Friday, March 27th at 3:00PM ET. Click here to register for Friday’s webinar.
Again, we wish you health and safety during this difficult time and look forward to your participation on March 27th! Please do not hesitate to reach out to me or Roundtable Senior Policy Advisor, Andrew MacPherson (firstname.lastname@example.org), with questions, concerns, or ideas at any time.
Priorities and Engagement
Members of Congress and Federal health care program and policy experts are always anxious to hear the experiences and opinions of actual health care purchasers. The Roundtable provides a clear and experienced voice on behalf of public sector health care purchasers.
The Roundtable provides important opportunities for members to engage with key decision-makers in Congress and the Executive Branch, including briefings, substantive in-person meetings, and a first-class annual conference.
The Roundtable works with other leading health care coalitions as well as national and state-based organizations that represent public employees, employers, and retirees to advance our common goals.