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Indiana Hospital Association Names Julie Halbig As Vice President of Legislative Relations
Updated October 27, 2016 7:06 AM | Filed under: Health
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) is pleased to announce that Julie Halbig will join the association as the vice president of legislative relations on October 31.

In her role, Halbig will lead IHA's advocacy efforts and represent Indiana hospitals before policymakers at the state and national levels.

"Julie is well-known as a leader with strong bipartisan relationships throughout Indiana," said Doug Leonard, president of IHA. "Her record of success in both the public and private sectors will serve our members well. We are very fortunate to have her."

Halbig comes to IHIA from Ball State University, where she served as vice president of governmental relations and community engagement. As a member of the president's cabinet at Ball State, Halbig managed a 28-member division that coordinated local, regional and statewide outreach and engagement.

In addition to her work at Ball State, Halbig has served the Indiana General Assembly as chief of staff and chief counsel to House Speaker Brian Bosma and the Indiana House Republican Caucus. Her background also includes extensive experience providing legislative counsel to various clients in her role as an attorney with both Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman and Taft, Stettinius and Hollister.

"I'm excited and honored to represent our state's hospitals, health care workers and the patients that they serve," Halbig said. "I look forward to telling their stories and serving as their advocate at the Statehouse."

Julie is a graduate of Indiana University and the Robert H. McKinney School of Law at IUPUI.

About Indiana Hospital Association:

Indiana Hospital Association is a nonprofit organization that serves as the professional trade association for more than 170 Hoosier hospitals. The mission of IHA is to provide leadership, representation and services in the common best interests of its members as they promote the improvement of community health status. IHA's primary responsibility is to represent the interests of hospitals in matters of public policy. IHA also provides members with education, communications and data collection services. To learn more about IHA, visit IHAconnect.org.



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