Obamacare Watch, a project of e21, is hosting an event tomorrow at the National Press Club, titled, "ObamaCare At Six Months: What Else Have We Learned?" TWS contributor James Capretta will be speaking -- and Bill Kristol will be moderating a discussion -- at tomorrow's forum. Here's the agenda:
ObamaCare At Six Months: What Else Have We Learned?
with keynote speaker Sen. Mike Johanns (R-NE)
On the six month anniversary of the signing of health care reform legislation, research is emerging on the impact of many provisions of the bill, including the cost to taxpayers, the destruction of jobs, reduced quality of health services, and the burden of regulatory requirements. The symposium will feature the release of a new study co-authored by OCW director Jim Capretta and Senior Research Fellow in Health Economics Robert Book on the consequences of the new health care law on the Medicare Advantage program.
12:00pm: Registration and Lunch
12:15pm: Opening remarks
12:20pm: Presentation by James Capretta, OCW Director, and Robert Book on their Heritage Foundation study on the consequences of Medicare Advantage cuts
12:45pm: Commentary by Douglas Holtz-Eakin, followed by a discussion moderated by Bill Kristol
1:30pm: Keynote address by Senator Mike Johanns (R-NE) on the current state of ObamaCare
Full details, as well as registration information, here.