[Free Webinar] Election 2016’s Impact on Independent Primary Care Physicians

Independent primary care physicians: how will Election 2016 affect you and your practice? Find out during our free webinar on Friday, Nov. 18, at noon CT.how this pivotal election will impact primary care physicians who practice independently…and want to remain that way. Marwood Group’s Michael Gaffin and Joseph Mercer will offer an insider’s view of Election 2016’s impact on healthcare, including:

Macrof the election outcome
Likely winners and losers across healthcare subsectors
Healthcare reform and the fate of the ACA
New administration’s impact on independent physicians
Effect on alternative practice models, including concierge medicine and direct primary care
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About the Webinar

This webinar will be a roundtable discussion with experts from Marwood Group, a leading healthcare advisory and research firm headquartered in New York with additional offices in Washington, D.C. and London; hosted by Specialdocs Consultants, LLC.

About Our Speakers

Michael Gaffin – Mr. Gaffin serves as Marwood’s main Political Strategist. Mr. Gaffin leads the legislative analysis and research in Marwood Group’s Washington, D.C. office and brings a wealth of Hill experience and tenure to the firm.  Prior to joining Marwood Group, he served as the Legislative Director for the bipartisan US Senate Northeast Midwest Coalition, chaired by Senator Sherrod Brown (OH).  Before his work in Senator Brown’s office he served as Congressman Rob Andrews (NJ) Legislative Director, one of the original authors of the Affordable Care Act.  Mr. Gaffin also worked for Congresswoman Anna Eshoo (CA), Chairman George Miller’s Education and Labor Committee staff and Senator Edward Kennedy’s HELP Committee staff.
Joseph Mercer – Mr. Mercer tracks federal legislative and regulatory policies for clients.  Prior to joining Marwood Group, Mr. Mercer served as a Program Analyst at the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) division at the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).  From his tenure at CCIIO, Mr. Mercer possesses substantial expertise covering government health insurance programs with a focus on Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D policy issues and catalysts.  At CCIIO, Mr. Mercer tracked Federal and State legislative and regulatory changes, translated statutory and regulatory requirements into policy guidance, analyzed provisions of the Affordable Care Act for Federal and State regulators and health insurers, and served as a health insurance issuer rating subject matter expert.  Mr. Mercer holds a JD from Washington & Lee University School of Law and a BA in Economics from the College of William and Mary.