The 2019 HealthCare Roundtable
Save The Date:
November 5-8, 2019
The Alexandrian Hotel
Old Town Alexandria, VA
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, the Roundtable will once again partner with the State and Local Government Benefits Association (SALGBA) to present a one-day State Health Plan Administrators’ Roundtable prior to the opening of our annual conference. This session provides an opportunity for an ‘Administrators’ Only’ program which allows for candid conversation and critical networking for Roundtable and SALGBA members.
The joint program, which is complimentary for any Roundtable or SALGBA state health plan member, will take place on Wednesday, November 6th. The Roundtable’s 15th Annual Conference will officially open with a reception later that evening.
Details regarding the 2019 Annual Conference and the joint Roundtable-SALGBA State Plan Administrators’ Roundtable will be announced in June.
2019 HealthCare Roundtable Spring
Date and Location to be Announced in March 2019
To advance the Roundtable’s policy priorities and to educate Congress and the Washington stakeholder community, the Roundtable will convene a Congressional Forum in Washington, DC. Public sector health care purchasers from across the United States are invited to join.
The Forum will consist of a dinner event with a keynote speaker, a morning educational event on Capitol Hill featuring the release of the Roundtable’s 2019 Specialty Pharmacy Survey, two panel presentations addressing Roundtable priorities, and an opportunity for networking with Congressional staff and key allies.
For those members who are able, the Roundtable will be scheduling a appointments with key Congressional offices. In addition, the afternoon will allow time for Roundtable members to visit staff in their own Delegation offices.
Roundtable members will be provided materials for distribution to Congressional office.