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Realizing Health Reform's Potential Webinar: Adults Ages 50 to 64 and the Affordable Care Act

A webinar held this week focused on how the Affordable Care Act will help ensure that baby boomers who lose employer health benefits—whether as a result of a layoff or early retirement—have ready access to affordable and comprehensive insurance. The event was cosponsored by The Commonwealth Fund, AARP, and Women in Government and featured Richard G. Frank, Ph.D., deputy assistant secretary for disability, aging, and long-term care policy in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; John Rother, J.D., executive vice president of policy, strategy, and international affairs at the AARP; Sara R. Collins, Ph.D., vice president for the Affordable Health Insurance program at The Commonwealth Fund; and Michelle M. Doty, Ph.D., assistant vice president and director of survey research at The Commonwealth Fund. View the webinar slides and recording and a related blog post.

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