>Healthcare legislation conferences to help businesses transition.

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Now is the time for leaders to be learning all they can about the new healthcare legislation and its financial and cultural implications for companies.  The businesses who approach healthcare legislation proactively will be in the best position to thrive through the coming changes!
We’ve taken the time to compile a list of events designed to help your business understand the implementation process and how to best prepare.
Hosted by Employee Benefit News, the 2011 Health Care New York Show and Conference will address key issues including what corporations are doing to reduce costs and increase workforce retention.
The 2011 National Policy Forum is aimed at CEOs, COOS, executives, leadership teams, and many others in decision-making positions.  It presents an opportunity to discuss ways to move forward and what the drastic changes will mean for your organization.  Takes place March 8-9, 2011.
Preparing for Exchanges: 2011 Conference Series addresses one of the most pressing health care reform implementation issues.  Target audiences include insurance plan operations, product development, policy development staff, state regulators, agent and brokers, and other policy makers.  The series takes place in three parts: March 9-10, June 15 and November 16-17, 20011.
The Road Map for Health Care Reform Implementation 2011.  Intended to help CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CIOs, CMOs, and other top leaders address important next steps for their organizations. Takes place June 15-17, 2011 in San Francisco.
As we hear of others, we’ll be sure to include them.

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