Healthcare and your Small Business
by Kelsey Arnold, Window Shopper
- Created: November 9, 2011, 3:23 pm
November 16th at 2pm ET/11am PT Register here: http://bit.ly/rLQdsPExclusive, live webinar from Is the cost of employee healthcare killing your small business? Would you like more resources on healh insurance solutions? Join MyVenturePad and Trinet for a live exlusive webinar leading healthcare authorities present different solutions for bringing the cost of employee health insurance under control. Unlike most developed countries, most Americans receive health insurance coverage through their employers. The cost of covering employee health insurance has been skyrocketing for many years and has emerged as one of the leading obstacles to U.S. business competitiveness. The Obama administration's healthcare reform legislation added fuel to this fire by mandating insurance coverage for millions of uninsured Americans without significantly lowering the cost of healthcare delivery. This webinar will explore the possibilities of reform and the health insurance realities facing employers and employees. Along with questions submitted by you, our panelists will discuss the following questions:
- What you can do to reduce the cost of insuring your employees
- What role should federal and local governments play in regulating the market for health insurance?
- Can medical malpractice reform impact healthcare costs?
- To what extent can market competition bring down the cost of health insurance?
Who should attend this webinar? CEOs, CFOs and HR leaders for small and medium businesses who are caught between the need to reduce the rising costs of employee health care plans and the need to retain and attract valuable employees while investing in the maintenance of their good health. Our esteemed panel will include: David Williams, author of the Health Business Blog and co-founder of MedPharma Partners.Dr. Bob Graboyes, Senior Fellow for Health and Economics at the NFIB Research Foundation.Robert Levin, founder of The New York Enterprise Report, known as “New York’s Chief Small Business Officer”.Barbara Weltman, attorney, author and Small Business Advisor, recently named one of the top 100 2011 Small Business Influencers, will moderate.
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