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Meet Bob Woodward at the meet-and-greet session on Wednesday, April 17th!

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02/27/2013

Bob Woodward is considered by many to be the originator of modern investigative journalism and has written some of the most insightful and illuminating books on the inner workings of Washington, DC, with more #1 national non-fiction bestsellers than any contemporary author. Woodward possesses an unparalleled ability to gain behind-the-scenes access to those who make policy, and the power to persuade people to open up about the policy making process. 

As is often said in sports, you can't know the players without a scorecard.  Well, in politics, you don't really know the players until you've heard Bob Woodward's insights.

Former executive editor of The Washington Post Ben Bradlee has said of Bob Woodward, "...surely the best of his generation at investigative reporting, the best I've ever seen..."

Come to the HBMA Spring conference (hbma.org) where you will hear Bill Finerfrock give you the what and the when of health policy, and Bob Woodward will give you the who, the how, and the why.

Meet Mr. Woodward at the meet-and-greet session on Wednesday, April 17th! Bob Woodward

HBMA (www.hbma.org) is hosting a private event for CHBME Members to meet Mr. Woodward and share lunch with him.  You must hold an active CHBME designation and register to attend this exclusive event.  To register for this private CHBME members only event please click here.

For complete details about the HBMA 2013 Spring Educational Conference, CLICK HERE.

About HBMA
A non-profit, member-led trade association celebrating its twentieth anniversary in 2013, the Healthcare Billing & Management Association (HBMA.org) represents more than 30,000 employees at well over 700 third-party medical billing firms. Annually, HBMA companies submit more than 350 million initial claims on behalf of hospital-based physicians, office-based physicians and other allied healthcare providers.

As the only trade association representing the interests of medical billing companies, HBMA works with legislative stakeholders and federal agencies in Washington, D.C. to improve the business of medical billing and the practice of healthcare. For more information about HBMA, please go to www.hbma.org.

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