Make Plans to Attend 2018 WHA Advocacy Day, March 21

January 12, 2018

Each year the Wisconsin Hospital Association’s Advocacy Day event draws more than 1,000 hospital and health system advocates to Madison to learn and to advocate. Attendees hear from top-notch national and state speakers and that afternoon have the opportunity to meet personally with their state legislators or staff. You won’t want to miss this event in 2018. Advocacy Day takes place Wednesday, March 21, 2018 in Madison at the Monona Terrace. Registration and event details are available at

The 2018 morning keynote will be Mara Liasson, national political correspondent for National Public Radio (NPR), who will look at the current political landscape and what it means for today and tomorrow. She will be followed by a legislative panel discussion and Governor Walker has been invited again as the luncheon keynote. Some 650 attendees then participate in legislative meetings in the afternoon. (An optional pre-event webinar will be offered closer to the date for those going on legislative visits, and an issue briefing will happen at Advocacy Day as well.)

While Advocacy Day is free, registration is necessary. Register today for Advocacy Day 2018 at For Advocacy Day questions, contact Kayla Chatterton at or 608-274-1820.

2018 WI Hospitals State PAC & Conduit Kick-off Breakfast, March 21
Contribute $250 or more to attend

The Wisconsin Hospitals State PAC & Conduit fundraising campaign will kick off the 2018 fundraising year with an invite-only breakfast the morning of March 21. Individuals who contribute a minimum of $250 by that date are invited to attend the kick-off breakfast the morning of Advocacy Day. A full breakfast will be served and attendees will hear from special guests. Contribute to either the Wisconsin Hospitals State PAC, Wisconsin Hospitals Conduit or both today by logging onto or by calling Nora Statsick at 608-239-4535.

This story originally appeared in the January 12, 2018 edition of WHA Newsletter