INDIANAPOLIS, May 4, 2010 – AGIS, a full-service insurance agency in Indianapolis, Indiana, will host a no-cost informative seminar on health care reform entitled, “Making Sense of Healthcare Reform: How Does It Impact You,” on Tuesday, May 11, 2010 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. The interactive, roundtable discussion will be held in a location generously donated by the Indiana Organ Procurement Organization at 3760 Guion Road in Indianapolis.
This informative roundtable discussion will include several local experts that have been actively involved in the health care reform process. They can provide first-hand knowledge on what the reform means to individuals and companies, the impact it has today and how to prepare for the future. From a health care lobbyist to a benefits administrator, the roundtable will share insights from professionals who have had dialogue with the legislators driving these changes. The expert panelists include: Kristen L. Gentry, partner and head of the Health Care Reform Team, Krieg DeVault; Catherine M. Stowers, senior attorney, Krieg DeVault; Wallace T. Gray, JD, MBA, vice president and general counsel for the Key Family of Companies and Johnathon M. Willey, director, Public Affairs, Wellpoint, Inc. Dave Norris, president of AGIS, will serve as the moderator.
For more information, to pre-register for the event or to submit a question for the panel, please contact Neill Harrington at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-846-2002.
Founded in 1978, AGIS is a full-service insurance agency, representing over 60 insurance carriers. With offices in three states, the company provides complete employee benefit programs, funding arrangements and services, including plan design, benefit analysis, Section 125 plans, employee communication and enrollment, renewal preparation, COBRA services, claims and administrative assistance, and legislative updates, as well as products and services related to property/casualty insurance. In addition to Jacksonville, AGIS has offices in Birmingham, Mich., Orlando, Tampa, Fla., and Indianapolis.
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