Health Policy Conference

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AANP 2017 Health Policy Conference
February 26-28, 2017, Washington, D.C.
Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill

• Earn continuing education (CE), pending approval by AANP
• Listen to Government & Industry experts discuss the new Administration & the new Congress
• Develop skills and insight necessary to advocate effectively at the federal level
• Meet with your elected officials & staff on Capitol Hill
• Network with NPs from your state or region

2017 Health Policy Conference Draft Agenda

Registration Has Closed

Registration for the 2017 Health Policy Conference is now sold out. Thank you to all who registered for the Health Policy Conference and made it another sold out conference. 

You may also be interested in registering for the AANP 2017 National Conference June 20-25 in Philadelphia, PA, and saving dates for upcoming opportunities to earn CE and network with your colleagues:

AANP 2017 Specialty & Leadership Conference
September 28-October 1, 2017
Peppermill Resort, Spa & Casino
Reno, NV

AANP 2018 Health Policy Conference
February 4-6, 2018
Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
Washington, DC

Keynote Speaker

erobinson1We are pleased to announce that Eugene Robinson, Pulitzer Prize-winning Columnist for the Washington Post and Political Analyst with MSNBC, will be the keynote speaker at the 2017 Health Policy Conference. With more than 25 years of reporting experience, his incisive political commentary is welcome on news programs such as MSNBC's Hardball, The Rachel Maddow Show and NBC's Meet the Press. Widely recognized for his uncanny ability to speak truth to power, Robinson is a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer who brings a tested perspective on today's political news. In his various roles at The Washington Post and while reporting abroad, Robinson has witnessed firsthand the revolution taking place online and in the 24/7 news cycle and has seen how the news media is influencing American culture. He will share his insight on the current political environment and a look ahead to the new Administration and Congress.

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