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Kristeen Greenlee (Interim Program Specialist)
California Health Benefits Review Program 
(510) 987-9562 


Thursday February 2, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 3:15 PM PST

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State Capitol Building, Room 447 
1315 10th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

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California Health Benefits Review Program

 Legislative Briefing 



The CHBRP Program and Analysis of Health Insurance Benefit Mandate Bills

2:00 pm – 3:15 pm

Room 447, State Capitol, Sacramento

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Legislators, staff, advocates and the public are invited.

Interested in learning more about health insurance benefit mandates in California, and about a key contributor to the Legislature's review of health benefit mandate related legislation? In the coming year, will you or your office …

  • Propose a health insurance benefit mandate bill?
  • Sponsor or take a position on one?
  • Be assigned to one?
  • Vote on one?

Great! Legislators, staff, advocates, and the public are warmly invited to the California Health Benefits Review Program (CHBRP)'s annual legislative briefing.

CHBRP, housed at the University of California, provides independent, unbiased, and evidence-based analysis for the Legislature on health insurance-related topics, upon the request of the Assembly or Senate. The briefing will provide information about CHBRP, how we do our work and our analyses. We will also discuss health insurance in California and how CHBRP is working to be ready to adjust its analyses to address potential near term changes to the Affordable Care Act.

Whether you are new to health insurance topics or an expert, we welcome your attendance and questions. 

Please click the "Register Now" button below to register online.

If you have questions, please contact:


Kristen Greenlee 

(Interim) Program Specialist

California Health Benefits Review Program

Phone 510-987-9562


* The University of California administers CHBRP pursuant to Health & Safety Code 167220 et seq. to provide analyses of benefit mandate and repeal bills to the Legislature.