Seminar on Health Care Reform for Local Businesses

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 1 Mall Rd Burlington MA 01803  See map

CBG Benefits, a full-service employee benefits brokerage located in Woburn, and Mintz Levin, a multi-disciplinary law firm,  will  co-host a  free seminar on March 7th, 2013 to address employer’s concerns about the  health care requirements under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).

The seminar, which is themed “Health Care Reform: Compliance Matters”, is designed to help companies understand what steps they must take now and in the future to remain in compliance with the PPACA.

All interested parties can RSVP today at the following URL:

The keynote address during the seminar will be delivered by Tom Greene and Patricia Moran of Mintz Levin.  Greene and Moran, who work in the firm’s Employment, Labor and Benefits practice, are the leading practitioners in this field.

“We are absolutely thrilled to be hosting a seminar on a subject that is as important as health care reform,” said Chris Costello, Principal and Founder of CBG Benefits. “Our keynote speakers will be able to help all of our attendees clearly understand what these new laws mean, how they will impact their business, and what action they may need to take to be in compliance.”

The event will be held on Thursday, March 7th 2013 at the Burlington Marriott in Burlington, MA. It will take place between 8AM and 11am.

There is no charge to attend the event and all local businesses are welcome.

The keynote presentation will focus on a number of key elements of health care reform, including:

  • The “Pay or Play” Mandate

  • Applying Waiting Periods

  • Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) Fees

  • How Workplace Wellness Programs are Impacted


To register for this very important seminar, please RSVP at http://cbgbenefits.com/resources/health-care-reform-seminar-compliance-matters or contact Jason Pinto at 781-759-1222.


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