Conference & Webinars
Access to quality and affordable health care was one of the top issues of the 2018 elections. An amended version of the NY Health Act — a single-payer proposal — was recently introduced in Albany, and that proposal continues to garner a lot of attention.
Another proposal offered at both the state and national levels would allow individuals to “buy in” to the large existing public programs of Medicaid and Medicare. The Rockefeller Institute of Government recently published a report identifying and describing the key issues that should be considered in evaluating a Medicaid buy-in proposal. Many of these considerations apply to Medicare and “single-payer” proposals as well.
Join us for a vigorous health policy discussion with the authors of the Medicaid for More proposal: John Kaelin, visiting fellow at the Rockefeller Institute of Government, and Katherine Hempstead, senior policy adviser at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Their presentation will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session.
The National Association of Health and Educational Facilities Finance Authorities (NAHEFFA) Spring Conference will be held March 25-27, 2019 in Austin, TX. The organizationl mission is primarily targeted to provide low-cost capital financing options for not-for-profit and governmental health and educational institutions. NAHEFFA promotes the common interest of:
- organizations with authority to provide capital financing for health and educational institutions;
- providers of health or educational services; and
- industry organizations supporting and/or representing those providers of health or educational services.
Sponsored by The Bond Buyer in partnerships with the Bond Dealers Association of America (BDA), the focus of the meeting is to consider all of the municipal bond trends and policy directions from a national perspective.
According to the conference description, the Mid-Term elections have changed the landscape in important ways that must be assessed in the mix. Attendees leave from the sessions equipped with knowledge and strategies to face the market’s challenges in 2019 and beyond. This unique conference serves as a catalyst for embracing the market challenges and for expressly providing valuable insights into some of the technical and technology aspects.
More details to follow.
The ULI Spring Meeting brings together over 3,000 of the most experienced and influential executives in the industry who design, build and share our cities. The meeting is only open to full members of the Urban Land Institute.
Every sector is represented, including residential, retail, office, industrial, and hotel/resort developments.
National Federation of Municipal Analysts Annual Conference to be held in Charleston, South Carolina
Program to be announced
113TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE | MAY 19-22, 2019 | LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Annual conference of the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA)
GFOA’s Annual Conference will include more than 75 concurrent sessions featuring leading practitioners, subject matter experts, and top researchers. Each session will contain a panel of speakers carefully selected to provide best practice guidance, discussion of current events, case studies, debate, and interactive exercises to cover a complete suite of topics pertinent for finance officers of all types and representing all forms of state and local governments. GFOA’s concurrent sessions will be organized into separate “core” tracks that focus on essential elements within public financial management. GFOA will also place an emphasis on emerging topics that provide finance officers with information critical to supporting their organizations and communities in today’s current environment.
The International City Management Association annual conference will be held on October 20-23, 2019 in
Registration Opens June 2019
City Summit is for local leaders to convene and collaborate on solutions to the common challenges facing America’s cities. Each year, the confereced offers fresh and new best practices for government officials to improve the city conditions.
This year’s conference will take place in San Antonio, Texas. More details are forthcoming
Last year’s conference in Los Angeles offered a broad and diverse agenda covering issues ranging from Building a Culture of Health and the Threat of Preemption, Redlining and Governing for Racial Equity, Big Ideas for Small Cities, The Housing Crisis: Strategies for Affordable, Safe and Healthy Homes, What Your City’s Budget Says About Local Priorities, Building Broadband in Small Cities, World Cafe: Strategies for Sustainable, Livable Communities, to Improve Your City with Data Driven Leadership as well as many more.