West Palm Beach, FL, October 29, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The first annual National Healthcare Reform Conference held in Los Angeles last September was a huge success.
October 26-28, 2011 in Chicago, IL will be the location of the second annual National Healthcare Reform Conference.
2010 brought in over 1000 attendees, 130 exhibitors, 100 speakers and 1000 network meetings and this figure is expected to double for 2011.
"The Employer Healthcare Congress's Employer VIP Program allowed me to get up to the minute information on the ever changing Healthcare Reform and helped me to effectively communicate the immediate changes that would be impacting my employees as well as coordinating with other key departments for planning next year's budget. I would not have been able to attend without the VIP program and I am grateful for the opportunity and feel it was time well spent." Lori Stewart, Corporate Benefit Administrator for LMI Aerospace in St.Charles, Missouri.
Lori was one of almost 100 employers who benefited from the National Healthcare Reform Conference's Employer V.I.P program. The Employer VIP Pass will be for up to 200 employers in 2011; a predetermined number of discount registrations, free registrations, hotel room nights, and flights to those who complete the VIP Employer Pass application.
"With all the changes set forth once the healthcare reform bill was signed March 23rd by President Obama, there was a need for a large conference of this type to take place. And we needed to create and plan the conference in a timely manner so that everyone who had questions and concerns could convene in Los Angeles to find out how they needed to comply to these new rules and regulations. This was why we put our heads together and decided to create the VIP program for the National Healthcare Reform Conference." Said Maureen Ross, Conference Manager, National Healthcare Reform Conference.
"Employers and other Industry players can also benefit from reading the Healthcare Reform Magazine, the largest online magazine of its kind where important topics are covered on a monthly basis at no investment to the subscriber. And if that isn't enough, we also have created a social network site that is dedicated only to healthcare reform topics. I encourage everyone to join in the discussions," continued Maureen.
For more information, please contact:
Maureen Ross, Assistant Editor
Healthcare Reform Magazine