IHIF 2016 Legislative Breakfast and Industry Briefing

 

An IHIF Signature Event

Presented by:

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You are Invited!

January 27, 2016

 

Downtown Indianapolis Hilton Hotel

120 W. Market Street

Monument Hall (Lower Level)

 

With Featured Speakers

Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann

and

Rep. Ed Clere, House Public Health Committee

Due to a schedule change, Senator Pat Miller will be unable to join us for the program.  We are pleased to announce that Lt. Governor Sue Ellsperman will be with us to share her thoughts on the direction of the life science industry in Indiana.  Rep. Ed Clere will provide an assessment of the 2016 Legislative Session with special regard for public health matters.

Registration 7:15 am

Program 7:30 – 8:30 am

Welcome and Introduction

Kristin Jones, IHIF

  IMDMC Legislative Update

Kathy Heuer, Executive Director

“The Value of Medicines”

Saiza Elayda, PhRMA

The Indiana Health Industry Forum is a state-based trade association for members of Indiana’s health and life science manufacturing community.  The goal of the annual legislative breakfast briefing is to educate and engage IHIF members on Federal and State public policy issues and activities.  The event is open to member companies of IHIF, the Indiana Medical Device Manufacturers Council (IMDMC), the Hoosiers Work for Health/PhRMA task force, and all members of the Indiana General Assembly.  There is no charge to attend but please register.  For more information on IHIF, please visit www.ihif.org

 

Please register here to attend the breakfast briefing
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