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HEALTH CARE CONFERENCE CALL WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA

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HEALTH CARE CONFERENCE CALL WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA

Time: September 21, 2010 from 4pm to 5pm
Location: Your computer or telephone
Website or Map: http://hhs.granicus.com/live
Phone: 1-888-455-6860 or 1-866-844-9416
Event Type: conference, call
Organized By: President Obama
Latest Activity: Sep 15, 2010

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Community and Faith Leaders You are invited to learn about to new benefits and get information

Time: 4 PM Eastern, 3pm Central, 2pm Mountain, 1pm Pacific

A Conference the President of the United States

You are invited to join President Obama for a conference call to discuss key new benefits of the Affordable Care Act. As community leaders, we want to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information and resources about these new benefits to share with your communities and congregations.

On September 23rd, the six month anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, several new health care benefits begin to apply: young people up to age 26 can stay on their parents plan, key prevention benefits are covered without co-pays or deductibles, insurance companies can no longer discriminate against kids with pre-existing conditions or drop people from coverage when they become sick and need it most. HHS and the White House want to make sure that you have information at your fingertips to help your community members access the benefits of health care reform.

HHS officials will provide an update on the Affordable Care Act, highlight new outreach resources, and answer questions from community and faith leaders. Leaders will also share their efforts to bring the benefits of health care reform home to communities. President Obama will speak to key issues related to health reform implementation.

Please forward this invitation to your members and partners. You do not need to RSVP for this call. For more information, write partnerships@hhs.gov

Hosted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

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