The 2022 HealthCare Roundtable
Annual Conference

The Roundtable’s highly-regarded annual conference provides members and guests a unique opportunity to hear presentations by high level government officials and key experts – from Congress and the Administration, academics, benefit consultants, plan administrators, advocates and industry leaders in an intimate dialogue-oriented setting. This year’s conference speakers will discuss:

  • COVID-19: Latest Congressional Action, Lessons Learned, and Implications of Emergency Waivers
  • Congressional Action: Affordable Care Act Reforms and their Impact on Public Purchasers
  • Containing Drug Costs…Biden Administration Policies and Federal Legislation to Address Soaring Prices
  • Medicare Advantage: Trends, Threats, and Opportunities for Group Public Sector Plans
  • The No Surprises Act: The Aftermath and Implementation of the ‘Surprise Billing’ Ban
  • Mental and Behavioral Health … Administration Policies and Federal Legislation to Address the Crisis in the U.S.
  • Advancing Equity in Health Care: A Focus of the Biden Administration and Health Care Stakeholders
  • Value-Based Purchasing: Where Are We Today and How is the Administration Leading the Way?
  • Provider Consolidation: Updates and Impacts on Public Sector Purchasers

Who Should Attend

If you’re responsible for managing health care benefits and implementing health care reforms for public employees in any governmental unit, this conference is for you. In addition to a first-rate agenda, you’ll have an opportunity to network with some of the nation’s largest and most innovative public sector health care purchasers, industry experts, and service providers.

Please use the following links for information about our 2022 Conference:

 

 
 
 
 

2022 Federal Policy and Advocacy Forum

 

The Public Sector HealthCare Roundtable presented a virtual Federal Policy and Advocacy Forum on July 14, 2022. The Roundtable’s Annual Congressional Forum was rebranded to reflect a broader focus on Federal issues of interest to public sector health care purchasers. The agenda was presented in two segments – a morning program and an afternoon program – for the convenience of participants.

The Federal Policy and Advocacy Forum Documents