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AAHAM Government Relations Quarterly Town Hall Discussions
The AAHAM Government Relations Committee will be holding quarterly calls with Chapter Presidents, Chapter Government Relations Chairs and Members who are interested in becoming active in AAHAM’s legislative healthcare reform initiatives. What happens in Washington usually starts back home in your states. These calls will generate discussions on what is happening in Washington and will enable intel to be shared on what is happening across the country at the state level. These sessions will be focused on healthcare issues that are taking place. These calls will also serve as an opportunity to use this information as a grassroots blueprint to utilize in your own chapter.

The next call is tentatively scheduled for scheduled for Thursday, April 27, 2023, at 4:30 PM EST.  The meeting information will be sent the week before the session.

Click here to register for the next call Click here to submit topics for discussion

Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Rep. Andy Harris (R) Maryland named one of AAHAM’s “Advocates of the Year” awards for his efforts as a healthcare champion.

AAHAM continues to lead the way in advocating for healthcare revenue cycle leaders across the country. At AAHAM’s first ever Virtual Legislative Day last week, Rep. Andy Harris (R) Maryland received one of AAHAM’s “Advocates of the Year” awards for his efforts as a healthcare champion. We are honored to share this video from Rep. Harris with you. As he mentions, it is critical that AAHAM works together with our engaged legislative allies to continue to address and impact the issues facing our industry and the patients we serve. A special thank you to Kenny Koerner, CRCE and Amy Mitchell, CRCE, for their dedicated work and leadership along with Paul Miller, AAHAM Legislative Counsel and the entire AAHAM Government Relations Committee for their efforts in accomplishing this endeavor.

AAHAM Government Relations Committee:
Melody McClain-Armstrong
Jose Guevarez
Steve Keppner, CRCE
Rich Lovich, Esquire
Paul Miller
Karin Murchison, CRCE
Christine Telles, CRCE



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