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    Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act - Part 1

    Date: March 15, 2013, 8:00am – 10:30am
    Confluence Technology Center
    285 Technology Center Way
    Wenatchee, WA
    $55 pre-paid per session, $135 pre-paid for all sessions
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    7:30 AM - Doors open for catered breakfast
    Registration is capped at 100 attendees
    No payment accepted at the door

    Mail payment to:
    AVHRA, PO BOX 4489, Wenatchee, WA  98807-4489

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    Part I: Join Julie Norton, (click for bio) Attorney at Ogden Murphy Wallace, PLLC;

    Part II: Kristine Loomis, (click for bio) Certied Public Accountant at Cordell, Neher & Company, PLLC;

    Part III: David Smith (bio below) & Eric Sandberg, Insurance Brokers at Moloney O’Neill

    This informative, three-part panel presentation and discussion will focus on understanding and successfully implementing health care reform in your business. These presentations will include information and answer employer questions regarding: the general requirements of the Act; its effect in your business; calculating affordability; provisions effective now, in the future, and resulting impacts; W-2 reporting requirements; penalties; minimal essential coverage; preventative care; and much, much more.

    David Smith Bio:
    David Smith leads the M+O technical team and is responsible for all M+O financial analysis and reinsurance marketing. David came to M+O after eight years at Aon Consulting, where he built and directed the underwriting team in Seattle, helped build and train the technical services unit in Portland, and established internal underwriting policies and procedures for both offices. David serves as a primary resource for disease management and wellness program analysis, claims data analytics, and network discount comparisons for M+O and has developed many proprietary financial modeling tools including trend analysis and IBNR calculator. David has fifteen years of experience in healthcare finance, and was the lead underwriter on the Washington Education Association, City of Seattle, and Oregon’s Public Employee Benefits Board. David brings an extensive background in risk retention analysis as well as cost projection and CDHP modeling and has completed ROI assessments of On-Site medical clinics. Most recently David has built a comprehensive Health Care Reform Modeler that is being purchased and used by other brokers all over the country.