Omaha, NE, August 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- E.D. Bellis, Inc, a management consulting firm specializing in the Affordable Care Act announced today the offering of a continued education seminar on the Affordable Care Act and what it means for small business.
The three-hour seminar is approved by the Nebraska Department of Insurance and is designed for insurance agents, brokers, CPAs, employee benefits specialists, and business advisors alike.
“Far too many businesses report that their health insurance advisors are confused and unable to provide the answers needed,” said Sean McGuire founder and CEO of E.D. Bellis. “Nearly 8 of 10 brokers said their clients are not prepared for healthcare reform and this course provides a life line for those looking to grow their business.”
Participants will demonstrate understanding of the core components of health policy, the Affordable Care Act, and how it will impact the economy and insurance industry. The course will be held at the Omaha Press Club on October 4th. Deadline for application is September 29th. Enrollment is limited.
About Sean McGuire
A contributor for Inc. Magazine, McGuire previously served as a staff member for the United States Senate Finance Committee, where the ACA originated over five years ago. An authority in explaining the law, he delivers a powerful, no-nonsense, non-partisan diagnosis for healing our hospitals and reforming our broken healthcare system. His commentary appears frequently on the widely acclaimed and cited health policy blog HealthReformExplained.com and can be heard on 1290 KOIL as host of America’s Healthcare Challenge.
About E.D. Bellis, Inc.
E.D. Bellis Inc. is a consulting firm bringing a holistic approach to solve problems in healthcare. The company’s expertise is in the Affordable Care Act, Senior Care, Intellectual Disabilities, Medicare, Health Law, Health IT and Health Financing. The company’s collaborative approach allows organizations to cope with change and their network of consulting authorities help companies across America navigate compliance, manage changes as a result of the ACA, capitalize on ways to lower healthcare costs and improve health and overall employee awareness.
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