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April 25 - Health Law Legislative Roundup

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Health Law Legislative Roundup

Date: Thursday April 25, 2024
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Credits: 1.5 G
Join the Health Law Section for the annual overview of health-related legislation passed in the 2024 Session impacting legal practice in New Mexico. The webinar will provide a run down on the bills, practical applications, and have a Q&A session with the lobbyists and attorneys who followed the legislative session.

Speakers:

Larry Martinez is the Presbyterian Medical Services Director of Government Affairs. Larry has been in this role for over 17 years following health care legislation in New Mexico and supporting health-related intergovernmental affairs for local and state entities.

Debbie Armstrong is a New Mexico health care law and policy expert with over 50 years of experience, including an appointment as Secretary of Aging. Debbie is a former legislator and attorney, serving as Chair of the House Health and Human Services Committee while she was in office.

Clifford Rees is a former NM state government attorney with 23 years of service at the Department of Health, specializing in public health, behavioral health, drug policy reform, emergency preparedness, public procurement and the legislative process. In his "active retirement" since 2005, he has also served as Legislative Analyst for the NM State Senate from 2006-18 and 2023-24, as Director of Policy and Legislative Liaison for Lt. Governor Howie C. Morales from 2019-20, and as a drafter of Fiscal Impact Reports for the Legislative Finance Committee during the 2022 Legislative Session.

Important information & login instructions:
  • Registration closes the day before the program; registration and payment must be received prior to 10 am MT.
  • After you register for the webinar, you will receive emails with instructions to join.
  • This webinar uses the GoToWebinar platform. This platform works best on Google Chrome browsers.
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This program is available online only.  Accessing through a desktop or laptop is required; accessing via iPads or mobile devices with Internet capabilities is not recommended.