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Surgeon General, columnist George F. Will, and McLaughlin Group Take on nations health care issues

WASHINGTON, D.C. March 3, 2003 -- At the 15th Annual National Managed Health Care Congress (NMHCC), March 10-12, over 5,000 health care professionals will hear from an all-star line-up of keynote presenters featuring US Surgeon General Richard H. Carmona, Pulitizer-Prize-winning Columnist George F. Will, and The McLaughlin Group, the highest rated public affairs program on television. The NMHCC is the largest managed health care event in the nation (www.nmhcc.com). Interested media can pre-register online at: https://www.nmhcc.com/page.cfm/Action=Form/ID=4/t=m

"No other forum brings together in one place opinion leaders and the top practitioners and providers of managed care," said Melanie Flavin, NMHCC Group Event Director. "And this year we're excited to hear frank opinions from such prestigious voices on some of the most important and hotly contested issues on the nation's health care agenda."

WHAT:
Keynote speeches by US Surgeon General Richard H. Carmona, Pulitizer-Prize-winning Columnist George F. Will, and The McLaughlin Group to the 15th Annual National Managed Health Care Congress (NMHCC).

WHO & WHEN:
George F. Will, Pulitzer-Prize-Winning Columnist and ABC Commentator: "The Politics of Health Care: What's at Stake for America?" 4:00 pm, March 10

U.S. Surgeon General Richard H. Carmona: "Reducing Racial and Cultural Disparities in Health Care." 8:30 am, March 11

The McLaughlin Group: a presentation featuring panelists from the show on the future of health care and key issues affecting public policy, legislation and the current administration. 3:30 pm, March 11

WHERE:
The Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC.

About NMHCC
The National Managed Health Care Congress (NMHCC) is the largest managed health care event, attracting over 5,000 health
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3-Mar-2003


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