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Webinar for Journalists: Women's Health Under the Affordable Care Act

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Meeting Description:

The Kaiser Family Foundation hosts a series of interactive webinars exclusively for journalists to address key aspects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), its implications for consumers, and strategies for connecting the dots for different audiences.The seventh webinar in this series takes place from 12:30 to 1:30 pm ET on Thursday, February 6, 2014. 

Now that the ACA's coverage expansions are in effect, the Foundation's latest webinar takes a look at how the law affects women's access to health coverage and care. 

Featuring two Kaiser Family Foundation experts, Alina Salganicoff and Laurie Sobel, the webinar will focus on implementation of the ACA around women's health, as well as provide an overview of ongoing legal issues surrounding coverage of contraceptive services. Most of the hour will be devoted to a question and answer session between the participating audience and the speakers. 

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Date: Thu, Feb 6, 2014
Time: 12:30 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Kaiser Family Foundation
 Presenter Information
Alina Salganicoff
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Alina Salganicoff is Vice President and Director of Women’s Health Policy at KFF. Her work at the Foundation focuses on health coverage and access to care for women, with an emphasis on challenges facing underserved women throughout their lifespan. Widely regarded as an expert on women’s health policy, she has written and lectured extensively on health care access and financing for low-income women and children.

Laurie Sobel
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Laurie Sobel is a Senior Policy Analyst for Women's Health Policy at KFF. Her work addresses the impact of major health policy issues on women and girls, with an emphasis on insurance coverage, access to care, and low-income populations.  In particular, her work aims to understand how federal, state, and local policies, including national health care reform and reproductive health policies, influence health and access to services for women.