Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce: Healthcare Law: What local employers need to know to be prepared
Healthcare Law: What local employers need to know to be prepared
Local experts to provide tips for minimal impact to employees, business and the bottom line
(Madison, Apr. 12, 2012) – As the U.S. Supreme Court debates the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce is helping businesses prepare.
“Health care worries can keep you up at night and understanding the federal health care legislation isn’t easy for most of us,” says Chamber President Jennifer Alexander. “Many leaders have questions about how this will impact their employees, their business and their bottom line.”
The panel of local experts will help business leaders anticipate modifications, address legal concerns, and think about operational changes to minimize the impact. Details include:
Name: Healthcare Reform: What Will it Mean to Businesses?
Place: 2012 Business Expo and Small Business Conference Alliant Energy Center, Exhibition Hall
Date: Tuesday, April 24 at 10:30 a.m.
Panelists: Linda Hoff, chief financial officer of Meriter Health Services, Inc. and president of Physicians Plus Insurance Corporation.
Steve Sparks, regional director of marketing and public relations for SSM Health Care of Wisconsin and St. Mary’s Hospital.
Barbara Zabawa, writer, speaker and attorney at Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. on various health law matters. Appointee to Health and Life Advisory Council for the State of Wisconsin and Health Exchange Working Groups/Office of the Commissioner of Insurance.