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News HPC RELEASES 2023 PUBLIC MEETING AND EVENT CALENDAR

The agency is slated to host 15 public meetings and events in 2023, including the 11th Annual Health Care Cost Trends Hearing
1/06/2023
  • Massachusetts Health Policy Commission

Media Contact for HPC RELEASES 2023 PUBLIC MEETING AND EVENT CALENDAR

Matthew Kitsos, Press Secretary

BOSTONToday, the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC) released its public meeting and event calendar for 2023. The full meeting list can be found on the HPC’s website along with a printable version of the calendar. All meetings will be held virtually unless otherwise noted and are accessible to the public via livestream on the HPC’s YouTube channel.

Board Meetings
Meetings of the full Board of Commissioners begin at 12:00 PM, unless otherwise noted.
Wednesday, January 25
Wednesday, March 15 – 
Benchmark Hearing
Wednesday, April 12
Wednesday, June 7
Wednesday, July 12
Wednesday, September 13
Wednesday, December 13

Committee Meetings
The Market Oversight and Transparency Committee meets at 9:30 AM and the Care Delivery Transformation Committee meets at 11:00 AM, unless otherwise noted.
Wednesday, February 15
Wednesday, May 10
Wednesday, October 4

Advisory Council
Advisory Council meetings begin at 12:00 PM.
Wednesday, February 8
Wednesday, May 24
Wednesday, September 20
Wednesday, December 6

11th Annual Health Care Cost Trends Hearing
Wednesday, November 1

The schedule is subject to change, and additional meetings and hearings may be added. Check the HPC website for the latest updates.

Media Contact for HPC RELEASES 2023 PUBLIC MEETING AND EVENT CALENDAR

Massachusetts Health Policy Commission 

The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC) is an independent state agency charged with monitoring health care spending growth in Massachusetts and providing data-driven policy recommendations regarding health care delivery and payment system reform. The HPC’s mission is to advance a more transparent, accountable, and equitable health care system through its independent policy leadership and innovative investment programs. The HPC’s goal is better health and better care – at a lower cost – for all residents across the Commonwealth.

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