Day On The Hill 2022

WHAT: Day On The Hill 2022 (NAIFA/WAHU)

WHEN: January 18,2022, 8:45am to 12:00pm

WHERE: Virtually

Never before has there been such a need for lawmakers (both federal and state) to hear from us about the invaluable services we provide to their constituents, our clients.

Normally this meeting is your opportunity to shake hands with these elected officials in their Olympia legislative offices and make sure they know you and learn how to call upon you when they are faced with important decisions about this great industry. We hope to be back in Olympia on the hill in 2023.

In the meantime don't miss all the valuable information you'll learn in 2022!

We need your voice and your participation!

Following the morning session (Subject to virtual access for 2022) you will have the opportunity to meet with your legislators. If you do not know who your elected officials are you can find your state legislators and their contact information here. If you have never setup a meeting with your legislator or need material or information on how to conduct a legislator meeting the NAIFA Association Political Involvement Committee (APIC) has a list of resources available online.

Registration

This event is jointly presented by NAIFA Washington and the Washington Association of Health Underwriters (WAHU).

WHO: DOH Speakers & Outline

Day On The Hill 2022

January 18th *Virtual Event* 8:45am - Noon

3 Hour of CE Approved #627384 8:45

Priorities for Health Plans and Life Insurers in the 2022 Legislative Session

-Mr. Chris Bandoli, Executive Director, Association of Washington Healthcare Plans

-Mr. John Mangan, Regional Vice President, American Council of Life Insurers

Business Perspectives on Payroll Tax Considerations, Program Structure, and Implementation Issues Regarding the WA Cares Fund (Long Term Services & Supports Trust)

-Ms. Amy Anderson, Association of Washington Business

OIC Overview of Long-Term Care Insurance Markets Open to Insurance Consumers in Washington State & OIC Update of Regulatory Issues of Concern to Licensed Insurance Producers

-Mr. Todd Dixon, Deputy Insurance Commissioner, Consumer Protection Division

Issue Briefing—Health and Life Insurance Priorities for NAIFA and WAHU Members (Talking Points Papers to be Reviewed)

-Mel Sorensen, Attorney at Law, Carney Badley Spellman, Lobbyist for NAIFA and WAHU

Prices: NAIFA & WAHU Members $49.00 Non-Members $59.00 Virtual Event Ticket