Power Breakfast Series - Health Care & Benefits

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Friday  September 26, 2014 
8:00 AM  EST
JW Marriott

 

Power Breakfast - Health Care & Benefits

PRESENTING SPONSOR: Ball State University
UNDERWRITING SPONSORS:
BKD Delta Dental Lilly
Quarles & Brady United Healthcare  
   

Questions:

Q

Are employer clinics fundamentally disrupting the local health care market?

Q

What has caused the recent slowdown in health care spending: The Great Recession, consumerism or the Affordable Care Act?

Q

Will the Obamacare exchanges replace group health benefits for most employers?

The answers to these and other questions will be discussed.

   

Featured Panelists

Ryan Kitchell

Ryan Kitchell

CFO
Indiana University Health
Dan Krajnovich

Dan Krajnovich

President and CEO
UnitedHealthcare of
  Indiana and Kentucky
       
Sally Baker McCarty

Sally Baker McCarty

Senior Research Fellow
Georgetown University Center
  on Health Insurance Reforms
Nathan Mowery

Nathan Mowery

President
Activate Healthcare of Indiana
       
Ben H. Park, MD

Ben H. Park, MD

President and CEO
American Health Network
 

 

       
Date: Friday, September 26, 2014
Location: JW Marriott
Registration: 7:45 am
Breakfast/Presentation: 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Individual Subscriber: $35.00
Individual Non-Subscriber: $45.00
Corporate Table of 10: $800.00 (includes table signage and listing in event program)
See below to register online or print a registration form
Click here for printable registration

Contact: Patty Johns
Contact Phone: (317) 472-5319
Contact E-mail: pjohns@ibj.com
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  1. It is nice and all that the developer grew up here and lives here, but do you think a company that builds and rehabs cottage-style homes has the chops to develop $150 Million of office, retail, and residential? I'm guessing they will quickly be over their skis and begging the city for even more help... This project should occur organically and be developed by those that can handle the size and scope of something like this as several other posters have mentioned.

  2. It amazes me how people with apparently zero knowledge of free markets or capitalism feel the need to read and post on a business journal website. Perhaps the Daily Worker would suit your interests better. It's definitely more sympathetic to your pro government theft views. It's too bad the Star is so awful as I'm sure you would find a much better home there.

  3. In other cities, expensive new construction projects are announced by real estate developers. In Carmel, they are announced by the local mayor. I am so, so glad I don't live in Carmel's taxbase--did you see that Carmel, a small Midwest suburb, has $500 million in debt?? That's unreal! The mayor thinks he's playing with Lego sets and Monopoly money here! Let these projects develop organically without government/taxpayer backing! Also, from a design standpoint, the whole town of Carmel looks comical. Grand, French-style buildings and promenades, sitting next to tire yards. Who do you guys think you are? Just my POV as a recent transplant to Indy.

  4. GeorgeP, you mention "necessities". Where in the announcement did it say anything about basic essentials like groceries? None of the plans and "vision" have basic essentials listed and nothing has been built. Traffic WILL be a nightmare. There is no east/west road capacity. GeorgeP, you also post on www.carmelchatter.com and your posts have repeatedly been proven wrong. You seem to have a fair amount of inside knowledge. Do you work on the third floor of Carmel City Hal?

  5. I don't know about the commuter buses...but it's a huge joke to see these IndyGo buses with just one or two passengers. Absolutely a disgusting waste of TAXPAYER money. Get some cojones and stop funding them. These (all of them) council members work for you. FIRE THEM!

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