Health care reform at NAMA CoffeeShow 2010
By Canadian Vending
By Canadian Vending
Sept. 30, Chicago, Ill. – Coffee, water and tea service providers
wondering how the health care reform legislation will impact their
company should be sure to attend a special session being offered at the
National Automatic Merchandising Association’s (NAMA) CoffeeShow
Sept. 30, Chicago, Ill. – Coffee, water and tea service providers wondering how the health care reform legislation will impact their company should be sure to attend a special session being offered at the National Automatic Merchandising Association’s (NAMA) CoffeeShow October 20-22, NAMA VP Sales and Service Dean Gilland, NCE5, CCS has announced.
The session, “Health Care Industry Overview” and “How Health Reform Legislation Impacts You and Your Bottom Line” will be delivered by Matt Smith, MBA, PHR, of Lockton Companies from 10:30 a.m.-noon Thursday, Oct. 21.
In discussing the health care session Gilland said, “Employers have been dealing with health care costs soaring at a rate that has far exceeded inflation and now there are new question about what this legislation means exactly and how it will affect businesses. To have access to this level of expertise about such an important – and potentially costly – subject is worth the price of admission alone.”
Smith’s critical presentation will cover the industry in general, help you plan and design benchmarking, evaluate emerging consumerism trends and identify other ways to manage risk and costs. At the end of the session you'll understand how health reform will impact you and your bottom line.
The special session on health care is just one of the exciting features planned for event. From the expanded education sessions to the dazzling new Las Vegas location, attendees can expect a completely new and enhanced experience that will exceed everyone’s expectations. The event will be the single largest coffee, tea and water service show for operators in the country, and promises to be a powerful experience that delivers tangible tools, resources and insights to help this critical segment of the industry continue to grow.
Concluded Gilland, “In today’s challenging times, learning how to do things better is critical. This is only one of many topics that will be addressed at CoffeeShow 2010. This must-attend event will offer an expanded lineup of education sessions that you won’t want to miss.”
For more details about the show, or to register, be sure to visit www.namacoffeeservice.com.
NAMA is the national trade association of the food and refreshment vending, coffee service and foodservice management industries including on-site, commissary, catering, & mobile. Its membership is comprised of service companies, equipment manufacturers and suppliers of products and services to operating service companies. The basic mission of the association, to collectively advance and promote the automatic merchandising and coffee service industries, still guides NAMA today as it did in 1936, the year of the organization’s founding.