When HVS surveyed hotel owners and operators during its U.S. Market Connections event, it was evident that the number one concern was the impending 2014 changes to health care and employee costs. And more than half those polled admitted they have not yet calculated their costs associated with healthcare reform.
HVS’s Risk Management division will address this concern Tuesday, July 23, 2013, at Healthcare Reform & the Hospitality Industry, a breakfast seminar to help educate the hotel and real estate industry on the potential impacts of Healthcare Reform and their bottom line. The seminar will be held at the Harvard Club, 27 West 44th Street, New York City, between 6th and 5th Avenues.
HVS Risk Management has partnered with a panel of experts from Willis, Inc., a global leader in employee benefits consulting, to help educate the U.S. Hospitality Industry on Healthcare Reform, and strategic options in mitigating the impact on the bottom line.
Specific Topics and Goals of these two hour breakfast seminars will:
- Provide an Overview of the Healthcare Reform Law
- Highlight the impact of Healthcare Reform specifically for the hospitality industry
- Educate on strategies to mitigate the impact of Healthcare Reform
- Facilitate networking among various hospitality stakeholders to ensure the proper business strategy for 2014 and beyond
Healthcare Reform & the Hospitality Industry offers a novel exchange of critical hotel intelligence, along with the opportunity to network with other national, regional, and local hotel analysts, consultants, investors, financiers, owners, and insiders. The event is designed to help educate hoteliers and real estate professionals on the impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
Register now at www.hvsconferences.com. Breakfast will be served at this seminar.