The Horizon Foundation's mission is to improve the health and wellness of people who live and work in Howard County.
Is your organization prepared for the Affordable Care Act? Do you know what health care reform will mean for your employees and your clients? You've got questions... we've got answers!
On May 21 we will be sponsoring a free workshop called Health Care Reform and Nonprofits: A New Prescription developed by the Maryland Women's Coalition for Health Care Reform in partnership with the Horizon Foundation, Healthy Howard, and the Association of Community Services.
The workshop will provide information for nonprofits about health care reform initiatives in our state and county. In addition to an overview of the Affordable Care Act, the workshop will provide Maryland-specific information about the implementation of health care reform, an overview of the Maryland Health Benefits Exchange, and a opportunities for participants for ask questions of panelists and moderators.
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What: Health Care Reform and Nonprofits: A New Prescription
When: May 21, 8:30 am — 3 pm
For additional information about the workshop please contact Rosimar Melendez at the Horizon Foundation, 443-776-1213 or via email atRmelendez@thehorizonfoundation.org.
New Poll Finds Marylanders Back Health Reform, But Still Learning Details.
Nov. 19 - A large majority of Maryland residents say they support the health care reform law passed during President Obama’s first term, but also acknowledge they still need to learn details of how the Affordable Care Act will work, a new survey shows.
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Horizon Foundation Announces New Communications Director
Nicolette Highsmith Vernick, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Horizon Foundation, has announced that Ian Kennedy has been hired as the organization’s first Director of Communications.
Kennedy most recently served as Deputy Chief of Staff to Howard County Executive Ken Ulman. In this capacity, he shaped numerous policies and communications plans to improve county services and steered the development and implementation of a digital communications strategy for county government. A graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore County with a Bachelor’s in interdisciplinary studies, Kennedy also has a Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Maryland.
Read our press release for more information.