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The continuing resolution agreed by the federal government in early October is due to come to an end on November 17, raising funding and policy concerns within the healthcare sector once again. With just days to go until the resolution expires, a decision must be made. Whether an agreement is reached or the government is forced to shut down, your healthcare organization will be impacted.

Join our webinar on November 30 at 12pm PT/3pm ET where Tim Fraser and Bob Siggins will explain what Congress’ next move means to you, your facility, and your patients. During the webinar, Tim and Bob will: 

  • Explain how Congress’ decisions will affect health centers and the wider health community.

  • Profile the new Speaker of the House, Mike Johnson, and how his appointment will impact future policymaking.

  • Look ahead to the 2024 Republican Party presidential primaries.

Tune in to make sure you’re up to date with the impact government action may have on your organization. 

All of CNECT's educational webinars are provided free of charge. Please log in 5 to 10 minutes before the webinar start time to prevent any delay in joining.


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Timothy Fraser
Vice President of Government Affairs
CNECT and Health Center Partners

Tim Fraser is a leading expert in national FQHC policy, regulatory affairs, and advocacy. Tim serves as the primary voice and healthcare policy advocate for community health centers throughout Southern California. Prior to joining Health Center Partners, Tim worked as Director of Government and Community Affairs at Family Health Centers of San Diego, one of the largest nonprofit healthcare clinics in the nation.


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Bob Siggins
Senior Policy Advisor
Alston & Bird

Bob Siggins is a senior policy advisor in the Washington, D.C. office, focusing his practice on healthcare regulatory and legislative matters, as well as tax issues. He provides policy insights and assists clients in developing, designing, and implementing their legislative and regulatory strategy.