Care Reform -- Tribal Listening Session
February 26, 2006
– 6:30 pm
Wyndham Hotel, Washington, DC
Board Meeting Room
M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Tribal Representatives and interested citizens
in a listening session with a Member and staff of the Citizens’
Health Care Working Group, National Congress of American Indians
and National Indian Health Board to hear from Tribal Representatives
regarding health care and health care system issues and concerns
from Indian country. Become a part of an important broad discussion
taking place right now across the United States – where citizens
are being asked their views, to be provided to the policymakers
in Washington about what you like and don’t like about our nation’s
health care system, and the choices our country should make
to turn it into one that works for all Americans.
matters; your opinions will help form a citizens’ action plan
that the President and Congress are required by law to consider
as they work to make health care work for all Americans.
a chance for you...
to help shape national policy.
as a Native American, Tribal Official, Tribal Representative,
and citizen, you care about your health and that of your family,
friends, neighbors, and community.
as a consumer, you care about having access to effective and
available care that’s high quality.
as a citizen, you care about keeping the cost of care under
control, and you want it delivered as efficiently and as waste-free
a discussion that can’t happen without you. Your voice does
For further information on this
national discussion and for locations of local community meetings
taking place across the country, go online to:
For questions about the Listening
Session in Washington,
DC on February 26, contact:
National Congress of American Indians, Jennifer Rackliff, 202-466-7767,