November 29, 2016 Employer Webinar

2016 Election Results and the Impact on Health and Welfare Benefit Plans

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 | 4:00 p.m. ET / 1:00 p.m. PT

The votes are tabulated and the results are in. What do they mean for our benefit plan issues? Join Janet Trautwein, Executive Vice President & CEO of the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU), for an analysis of the election results.

  • What will the new Congress look like and what does it mean for health plan legislative goals?
  • How does NAHU approach the transition to the new Congress and presidency?
  • What steps can be taken to develop and pursue legislative objectives in your state?
  • What should we watch for during the lame duck session?

Join us for this informative 60-minute webinar on our changing political landscape and what it means for health and welfare plans.

Please note that a slide deck of the presentation will not be availble prior to, nor after the webinar.


Janet Trautwein

Presenter - Janet Trautwein

Janet Trautwein is the Chief Executive Officer of the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) in Arlington, Virginia. NAHU represents more than 100,000 employee benefits professionals involved in the design, sale, implementation and management of health plans all over the United States. Her responsibilities include oversight of all NAHU activities and primary representation of the association to the media, government agencies and elected officials at all levels. Prior to becoming the CEO of NAHU in 2005, Janet served for many years as the head of NAHU's government affairs department, working with members of Congress, senior government officials, governors, and state legislators, and directing the government and political affairs of the organization. A frequent speaker on health policy issues, Janet is considered an expert in health insurance markets and health plans of all sizes and frequently testifies before Congress on these issues. Her expertise in issues related to the uninsured, health insurance pools, risk and reinsurance pooling, health related tax issues, and both national and global health reform has been recognized throughout the industry.