WA: DJ Wilson to Keynote CREDC Seminar
State of Reform’s own DJ Wilson will keynote next week’s CREDC Affordable Care Act seminar in Vancouver. The event is designed to help connect business owners, controllers, HR managers, and other administrators with information on Affordable Care Act implementation and compliance.
From the Vancouver Business Journal:
The Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC) will host a seminar next week on how the Affordable Care Act will affect Southwest Washington’s business community.
The seminar, supported by the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce (GVCC) and the Vancouver Business Journal, is scheduled for Wednesday, July 17 at the Heathman Lodge (7801 NE Greenwood Drive in Vancouver). It will include updates on the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Washington State Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) Exchange, “Pay or Play” employer response strategies and advice on implementation and compliance.
The event, which runs from noon to 4 p.m., will kick off with networking, lunch and a keynote address from DJ Wilson. Wilson leads the State of Reform (www.stateofreform.com), an initiative to educate and inform stakeholders on health care reform issues in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. The program wraps with a health care provider panel discussion.
Speakers and panelists will include:
- • Greg Seifert, president of Biggs Insurance
- • Jean Roque, president of Trupp HR
- • Sarah Friend, The Partners Group
- • Dr. Rasjad Lints, MD, Pediatrics for Kaiser Permanente
- • Dr. Prasanna Krishnasamy, MD, Internal Medicine for Legacy Health
- • Sarah Cave, VP Strategy, Innovation & Development for PeaceHealth SW Medical Center
The event is sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, and PeaceHealth SW Medical Center. Cost of attendance is $35 per person, or $325 for a table of 10.
To register, visit www.credc.org.