What happens in Sacramento and Washington impacts your clients, your profession and America’s health care system. Health Underwriters evaluates pending legislation and takes action to make sure your voice is heard
What makes Health Underwriters a potent force in shaping legislation is our members’ personal relationships with lawmakers. Members become trusted advisers and sounding boards to their local representatives. You can be a part of this grassroots effort by participating in LAAHU’s Adopt a Legislator program.
Learn more at Info@LAAHU.org.
Congress expects organizations to complain about proposed legislation. But they respect those groups who offer solutions. No organization can have an impact if their answer to every proposal is a strident “no.” Health Underwriters has developed in-depth policy papers on issues that matter–another reason why lawmakers hold the organization in such high regard.
Each year LAAHU members join colleagues from around the state to visit lawmakers in Sacramento and from across the country to meet with representatives in Washington. Join us there and make a difference. To view NAHU’s next Day at the Capital in Washington, check http://www.nahu.org/. To view CAHU’s upcoming Capital Summit in Sacramento, check http://www.cahu.org/.
CAHU-PAC’s mission is to facilitate, with strategically targeted political contributions, the legislative and advocacy program of CAHU with a primary emphasis on supporting the role of the agent in the delivery of private health insurance and to protect our clients from misguided legislation.
To request more information or join the committee, contact LAAHU PAC Chair Elizabeth Underhill: firstname.lastname@example.org
HUPAC’s purpose is to raise funds from NAHU members for the purpose of supporting the political campaigns of Congressional candidates who believe in private sector solutions for the health and financial security of all Americans. Like CAHU-PAC, HUPAC is non-partisan.
LAAHU members are actively engaged in making Los Angeles a better–and healthier–place to live. We support many groups, including Young and Healthy, Westside Food Bank, Toys for Tots, and Operation Gratitude, to name a few.
LAAHU is open to individuals volunteering for the Association. If you are interested in volunteering please email email@example.com and we will match you with a opportunity.
LAAHU plays an important role, working with CAHU and others, in presenting agents’ perspectives to Covered California, resolving problems and overcoming obstacles. LAAHU will continue to make your voice heard at Covered California.
LA County leaders significantly impact health care in our communities. LAAHU’s Community Relations committee provides a conduit for our members to shape and influence decisions impacting our neighbors, clients and agencies
Laws pass; regulations take effect. Clients rely on brokers to help them navigate the maze of rules and requirements. NAHU’s member-only, free Compliance Corner is a comprehensive resource to find the majority of federal statutes and regulations that affect your clients. Have a compliance question? Receive a personalized answer back from HR and legal experts. Need more general information? The NAHU compliance blog, videos and white papers likely have your answer.
Access to NAHU’s compliance corner is free for LAAHU members.