LACEY: Panorama meeting to feature doctor

bshannon@theolympian.comDecember 4, 2012 

Retired Dr. Roger Stark, who now serves as a health care analyst for a Seattle-based think tank, is scheduled to talk about the impact of national health reform on seniors at the 2 p.m. Thursday meeting of the Panorama Republicans. The event is open to the public regardless of political affiliation.

Stark is affiliated with the Washington Policy Center, a nonpartisan group that favors free-market-based public policies.

He is expected to talk about “the future and availability of Medicare and how seniors might prepare themselves for this new health care environment,” according to Dale Vincent, chairman of the Republican group.

The group meets in the Quinault Auditorium, located in the lower level of the Quinault apartment building on the Panorama retirement community campus.

For details, call 360-438-5561.

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