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    Health Care Reform “Utilizing Technology to Ease Our New Burdens” by Beth Ashmore, COO and Co-Owner of Ashmore & Associates

    Date: September 18, 2013, 11:00am – 1:30pm
    Organizer:
    Cross Timbers Human Resource Management Association
    Location:
    Tarleton State University Dining Hall
    Large Meeting Room Upstairs
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    You've learned the terminology of health care reform, also known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, but questions remain – now, here’s your chance to get those questions answered!!

     

    Cross Timbers Human Resource Management Association

    Is hosting an Informative Meeting on Health Care Reform

    presented by Beth Ashmore

     

    “Utilizing Technology to Ease Our New Burdens”

     

    • Overview of PPACA
    • Pay or Play
    • Integrating and strengthening HR and reporting systems
    • PPACA benefits compliance and risk analysis

     

    Bottom line: If you've been waiting to determine how to handle health care coverage under PPACA, you can't afford to wait any longer.

     

     Beth Ashmore, COO and Co-Owner of Ashmore & Associates

    Beth is Past President of the Lubbock Chapter of Executive Forum, Past President of the Lubbock Area Association of Life Underwriters, and Past President of the Lubbock Area Association of Health Underwriters. During the development of Texas small group reform, Beth served two years as legislative chair on the legislative team for the Texas Association of Health Underwriters; the team accomplished all of the editing and final bill language. Beth has served as the national legislative director of this association and an additional five years on the committee. For the term of 2007 – 2008, Beth served as President for the National Association of Health Underwriters. For her distinguished contributions to the insurance industry and the local community, Beth was awarded the Hollis Roberson Award in 1998, the Harold R. Gordon Memorial Award in 2011, and the YWCA Award of Excellence in 2002 among many others.

    Wednesday- September 18th, 2013

    11:00-1:30 (RSVP by Thursday, September 12th to reserve your seat)

     

    Prices: (lunch is included)

    • $35 to CTHRMA Members
    • $40 to local business owners, Human Resource professionals and others who carry out Human Resource functions, training or are decision-makers for their benefit packages.
    • $10 for TSU students

     

     

    Cross Timbers Human Resource Management Association– is an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management. Whether you are new to the HR field or have many years of experience, we are a local starting point for networking, information, professional development and continued support of excellence in Human Resources.