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CHE’s Maseru addresses AARP forum on health care issues in Pennsylvania


PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE - AARP Pennsylvania will host a program in Bethel Park on August 22 for public discussion of how older adults and younger ones with disabilities could be affected by changes in federal law and state policies affecting health care.

AARP Pennsylvania President Joanne Grossi will moderate the panel discussion of the proposals that have circulated in Washington and Harrisburg that could have impact on health care and insurance, Medicaid funding, and related programs and issues affecting older populations.

Participants will include Noble A-W Maseru, director of the Center for Health Equity at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health; John G. Lovelace, president of government programs and Individual advantage at UPMC Health Plan; Nancy Murray, president of The Arc of Greater Pittsburgh/Achieva; Suzanne Almeida, executive director of League of Women Voters of PA; and Ray Landis, advocacy manager for AARP Pittsburgh.

AARP bills the 90-minute event as a community conversation.


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