What Do the Mid-Terms Mean for Health Care Reform?

Thursday, November 15, 2018

8:00am Registration and networking breakfast

8:30-10am Program

Now that the mid-term elections are over, what will health care reform look like in 2019? Will there be a greater push to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, or will there be an effort to move single-payer legislation?

At the state level, will we see an expansion of President’s Trump’s regulatory initiatives regarding Association Health Plans, Limited-duration/Short- term plans, and Health Reimbursement Arrangements?

You must be an active GPAHU or NAHU member to attend.



  • Scott Wham
    NAHU Legislative Council
  • Vicky Cagliola
    GPAHU Legislative Chair

    Vicky Cagliola believes that compliance requirements can be simplified and communicated in a way that makes puzzling, complex issues easy to understand. Vicky works with sponsors of employee benefit plans to help them recognize and fulfill their compliance responsibilities under the Affordable Care Act, Internal Revenue Code, ERISA and other federal, state and local legislation.

    Vicky joined Radnor Benefits Group, a Simkiss & Block Company, in 2015 and leads the compliance services function for the company. In her role, Vicky empowers employers with the knowledge and tools to achieve a wide array of compliance objectives.

    Vicky has over 25 years of work experience including positions in corporate finance, operations and compliance. Over the course of her career, Vicky has developed a knack for bringing fresh ideas and inventive processes to the table to address business problems.

    Vicky is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. She earned her BBA in Accounting from the Fox School of Business at Temple University and her MBA in Management from Penn State University. Vicky is a member of the board of the Greater Philadelphia Association of Health Underwriters where serves as Legislative Chair.




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November 15, 2018 - November 16, 2018
 8:00 am