Six years after the Affordable Care Act became law, employers and employees continue to be impacted, and sometimes confused, by its various rules and regulations. You can learn about new tools to answer your questions and benefit your organization as part of the 2016 Connect & Collaborate series.
The events – presented by the Indiana Chamber in partnership with Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and free for Chamber members – will take place in 11 cities across the state. In addition to breakfast or lunch and networking with business leaders from your area, the health care emphasis will include these three important benefits:
- Advocacy: The Chamber’s longstanding role in seeking implementation of the best possible public policies at both the state and federal levels
- Education: Conferences, publications, the affiliated Wellness Council of Indiana and additional member services to assist companies and their workers
- Navigation: New options being made available this year, in conjunction with Anthem and additional partners, to help you produce cost savings while best meeting your employee needs. These products are structured for organizations of all types and sizes
Past Connect & Collaborate series have focused on workforce development, workplace wellness and energy saving guidance. Chamber President Kevin Brinegar, Director of Membership Brock Hesler and Anthem representatives will be featured presenters at each event.
The series begins May 4 in Carmel and concludes June 21 in Fort Wayne. Additional stops are Terre Haute, Richmond, Anderson, Lafayette, Bloomington, Evansville, Gary, Winona Lake and Elkhart. Pre-registration is required for the 90-minute programs.
Full lineup and registration. If you have additional questions, contact Nick Luchtefeld (email@example.com) at (317) 264-6898.