Webcast Discussion of the Supreme Court's Health Reform Ruling

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On July 2, the Kansas Health Institute convened a discussion of the Supreme Court's health reform ruling and its immediate implications for Kansas. Panelists were (from right) Tom Bell, President and CEO of the Kansas Hospital Association; Sandy Praeger, Kansas Insurance Commissioner; Jay Angoff, Director of Health and Human Services Region VII; Bill Rich, Professor of Constitutional Law at Washburn University School of Law; and Suzanne Schrandt, KHI Senior Analyst. KHI President and CEO Robert St. Peter (at left) moderated the discussion. About 80 people attended in person and 82 attended via live webcast.

On July 2, the Kansas Health Institute convened a discussion of the Supreme Court's health reform ruling and its immediate implications for Kansas. Panelists were (from right) Tom Bell, President and CEO of the Kansas Hospital Association; Sandy Praeger, Kansas Insurance Commissioner; Jay Angoff, Director of Health and Human Services Region VII; Bill Rich, Professor of Constitutional Law at Washburn University School of Law; and Suzanne Schrandt, KHI Senior Analyst. KHI President and CEO Robert St. Peter (at left) moderated the discussion. About 80 people attended in person and 82 attended via live webcast.

— The Kansas Health Institute hosted a discussion of the Supreme Court's health reform ruling and its implications for Kansas. About 80 people attended the July 2 event in person, and another 82 joined via live webcast.

The panelists were (from right to left in the webcast):

• Tom Bell, President and CEO of the Kansas Hospital Association.

• Sandy Praeger, Kansas Insurance Commissioner.

• Jay Angoff, Director of Health and Human Services Region VII.

• Bill Rich, Professor of Constitutional Law at Washburn University School of Law.

• Suzanne Schrandt, KHI Senior Analyst.

• KHI President and CEO Robert St. Peter, who moderated the discussion.

Event materials

→ Brief: What the Supreme Court Ruling on Health Reform May Mean for Kansans (PDF).

→ Presentation: Slides from introductory presentation by Suzanne Schrandt (PDF).

→ KHI News Service coverage: Kansas hospitals ready to get on with federal health reform

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