The Digestive Disease National Coalition, the leading public policy advocacy organization in our nation's capital for persons affected with digestive diseases, invites you to participate in our 23rd Annual Public Policy Forum on March 3 - 4, 2013 in Washington, DC.
This annual event brings together patients, health care providers, industry representatives, lawmakers and their legislative staff for two days of educational programs, legislative updates and advocacy training. Our objective is to brief participants from around the country on Federal health care legislation and policy and provide the opportunity to educate Members of Congress on issues of concern to the digestive disease community.
With Congress considering a major health care overhaul, you must make your voice heard on Capitol Hill to ensure that any upcoming reforms improve health outcomes for the digestive disease patient community.
Click here to view the 2013 Public Policy Forum agenda.
Don't miss this opportunity to shape our nation's future health care policy.
To RSVP for the Public Policy Forum, please complete the following:
1. Click here to register online or print out the completed registration form and fax it to the DDNC national office at (202) 546-7105. Registration closes February 17.
Note: You will receive confirmation of your registration 2-3 business days after you register. If you do not receive confirmation, please contact the DDNC national office.
2. Make your reservations at the official Public Policy Forum hotel, The Phoenix Park Hotel on Capitol Hill, by calling 800-824-5419 or (202) 638-6900. Be sure to mention that you are attending the DDNC Public Policy Forum and mention Group Code 17206. We have reserved a block of rooms at a special rate of $249 per night. (PPF Participants are responsible for their own accommodations.)
Phoenix Park Hotel
520 North Capitol Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Questions may be directed to the DDNC National Office, (202) 544-7497.
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