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Wis. State, Federal Officials to Discuss Health Care Law

Updated: 11/29/2013 7:12 PM
Created: 11/29/2013 7:10 PM WDIO.com

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - State and federal health care officials are scheduled to discuss implementation of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law during a panel presentation.

Wisconsin Health News has organized the Dec. 10 event in Madison that is scheduled to bring together the government officials as well as others in the health care industry.

Those scheduled to appear at the panel include Kathleen Falk, director of a regional office of the federal Department of Health and Human Services and Kevin Moore, deputy secretary of the state department.

Kevin Hayden, the head of Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin and Therese Pandl, president of the eastern Wisconsin division of Hospital Sisters Health System are also both scheduled to be there.

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