WOBURN, Mass., Sept. 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Former Secretary of State George P. Shultz and John B. Shoven, one of the nation's leading experts on entitlement programs, will be featured in a free Webinar on September 29th, 2008 at 1:00 pm EDT. The two are both economists and co-authors of the new book "Putting Our House In Order: A Citizen's Guide to Social Security and Health Care Reform." They will describe the looming U.S. entitlement crisis and a unique approach to solving it.
The Webinar is co-sponsored by Corporate Research Group and http://www.ReformPlans.com. It is accessible by registering here: http://www.corpresearchgroup.com/audio_conferences/ZW08114.html
As the country faces an unsustainable rise in entitlement costs, it is increasingly clear that reform is needed. The rise in health care costs have been especially burdensome, and many experts hope that health care reform will be a top agenda item for the new U.S. administration in 2009, no matter which candidate -- Sen. Barack Obama or Sen. John McCain -- is elected. Shultz and Shoven believe that their approach can gain support from both parties and that it is possible to both rationally contain out-of-control health care costs and keep social security solvent for future generations to share in its benefits.
Part 1: Introduction (5 minutes)
Part 2: The Scope of the Problems and the Shultz/Shoven Solutions (50
A Success Story - America So Far
The Iceberg Ahead
Age and the Labor Force
Fixing Social Security
Fixing the Health Care System
Part 3: Q & A (20 minutes)
"Putting our House In Order: A Citizen's Guide to Social Security and
Health Care Reform," focuses decades of national and global economic
expertise to making the case for how to cure what ails the U.S. health care
system and charts a course toward a system that provides income for the
elderly and universal access to health care in ways that are fiscally
For more information, please visit: http://www.corpresearchgroup.com/audio_conferences/ZW08114.html
Media interested in interviewing Mr. Shultz or Mr. Shoven should contact Patrick Golden, Director of Communications at World Congress, firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-939-2511.
|SOURCE Corporate Research Group|
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