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“The Affordable Care Act and You Pt. II”
Date: April 8, 2014

What do architects and architecture firms need to know about the Affordable Care Act?
The short answer: Everything.

The AIA understands that as the ACA goes into effect members will have questions on best practices, the specific changes the law has made, what should be expected in the future and how they and their firms should prepare for these provisions going forward.
· This informative session will be $25 per attendee and will provide 1 CES credit.
· The event will be one hour. Approximately 35 minutes for the presentation and 25
  minutes for a Q&A with members.

· Registration is limited and will be closed once the event has reached the maximum for attendance. Members are encouraged to register early.

To help the architecture community prepare, the AIA is hosting a webinar on April 8, 2014 at 12:00pm to highlight the critical developments in health care that will help architects understand the ongoing changes, prepare their firms for the impact of alterations in the health care system and the health care exchanges.  
Our presenter for this event will be Cathy Livingston, Partner at Jones Day.

Cathy is a leading authority on the Affordable Care Act. She has in-depth experience with the of tax provisions contained in the act, including the employer coverage requirement, the individual coverage requirement, the premium tax credit, insurance reforms, insurer fees, the medical device excise tax, and new requirements for tax-exempt hospitals.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2013, Cathy was Health Care Counsel in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel where she served as principal legal advisor to IRS senior leadership on all aspects of the Affordable Care Act and its implementation. She worked closely with the White House and the Department of Health and Human Services in all aspects of Affordable Care Act implementation. Cathy also served at the Office of Tax Policy at the Treasury Department where she handled matters affecting tax-exempt organizations and charitable giving.

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