At a packed WCA “Report from Washington” event held on March 6, Westchester’s Congressional delegation collectively conveyed trepidation about potential fallout from President Trump’s political agenda, but expressed hope for both parties to move ahead together to solve pressing issues. Among those issues that impact the business community: healthcare, immigration, and infrastructure. Moderated by WCBS News 880 reporter Alex Silverman, the panel discussion featured US Representatives Nita Lowey, Eliot Engel, and Sean Patrick Maloney...
What’s Next for Healthcare Reform?
Guest Speaker: Kevin Dahill, President and CEO, Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council and NorMet
Kevin Dahill to discuss the current status of healthcare reform and potential funding implications to healthcare providers and business in New York State. Although the ACA was not repealed by Congress recently, there are ongoing discussions about next steps for the ACA. Additionally, potential federal budget changes might significantly impact Medicaid funding which has implications for all New Yorkers. Hear the most up-to-date information from an inside policy expert on potential changes and what advocacy role we can play.
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As Washington D.C. churns and burns, do you find yourself glued to the tube (or phone) these days? The news is interesting, for sure. The big question is What does it all mean for Westchester? What legislation will go? What will stay?
The Westchester County Association has planted the flag for a new Westchester! Business, municipalities, and nonprofit leadersip are backing our new Blueprint for Smart Growth to redirect our economic future. Westchester is on the cusp of becoming a magnet for talent and entrepreneurship, as well as innovation and business expansion. Find out how the seeds we've planted and continue to plant for the future are beginning to grow. Read the report here.
Join the WCA for an interactive discussion with our State delegation on the most pressing issues facing the State.
Panel will be moderated by Nick Spano, Empire Strategic Planning and former NYS Senator.
Sponsored by: Pace University, PKF O'Connor Davies, Signature Bank, Strategic Services, Inc.