Genesis to host luncheon on health care reform for businesses


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Posted Online: July 09, 2013, 2:31 pm
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Press release submitted by Craig Cooper

DAVENPORT, Iowa – July 9, 2013 -- President and CEO of Genesis Health System, Doug Cropper, will join with Den Bishop of Holmes Murphy for a presentation directed at local businesses on the upcoming changes under the Affordable Care Act.

The presentation will take place on Wednesday, July 17, in the Adler Education Facility in the lower level of the Genesis Heart Institute at 1236 E Rusholme Street in Davenport. The presentation will begin at 11:30 a.m. and last until 1 p.m., with a half hour for questions immediately following.

The presentation will cover several topics, including new opportunities for employers under the ACA, insurance rate reform, and wellness initiatives to incentivize employees to take an active role in their personal health.

The event will be recorded and made publicly available after the event at www.genesishealth.com, or on the Genesis YouTube page, username genesishealth.

RSVP for this event is required. Reservations are only open to those representing a business, organization, or public office. To reserve a seat at this event or for more information, please contact Austin Bird, (563) 421-9276.

















 



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