Affordable Housing & Healthcare Reform Workshop

  • November 22, 2013
  • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • California Community Foundation, 281 S. Figueroa - Palevsky Center, Los Angeles, CA 90012


  • To help us cover lunch and workshop costs.
  • To help us cover lunch and workshop costs.
  • THIS IS NOT REGISTRATION. If we reach our maximum room capacity, please let us know that you wish to be placed on the waiting list if someone drops or more space becomes available.

Come hear what’s happening with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from health plans, medical groups, and others who are involved with implementing these changes in Southern California:

  • Covered California – who can buy insurance from our State’s health exchange, get tax credits or subsidizes;
  • Expansion of Medi-Cal – who is eligible for Medi-Cal after January 2014;
  • Low Income Health Plan Transition;
  • The Coordinated Care Initiative (CCI): Managed Long Term Services & Supports (LTSS) and Cal MediConnect (demonstration for individuals dually eligible for Medicare and Medi-Cal).

Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is happening fast in California and will have a huge impact on affordable housing and health care for low-income families, children, single adults, seniors and people with disabilities.

Come and join us in a workshop to learn how you and your organization will be impacted by these upcoming changes.

Learn how the ACA will
affect the affordable housing community and your residents within your affordable housing properties.

Presenters include

  • Ryan MacDonald, Harbage Consulting Group
  • Dr. Jorge Weingarten, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Care1st Health Plan
  • Jeff Flick, National Vice President, Government Programs, HealthCare Partners
  • Thomas Tran, Safety Net Initiatives Project Manager, LA Care Health Plan
  • Jacob Furgatch,  Senior Vice President Managed Care, AltaMed Health  Services

Friday, November 22, 2013
10 AM until 2 PM

California Community Foundation
281 S. Figueroa - Palevsky Center
Los Angeles, CA 90012

This event includes lunch.

There will be a small fee of $40 for SCANPH members and $50 for non-SCANPH members to help cover food, drinks, and other workshop costs.


Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing
340 E. 2nd Street, Suite 406
Los Angeles, CA. 90012

(213) 480-1249 
fax (213) 480-1788


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