Foodservice operators seeking answers on how to comply with the 2010 Health Care Act can obtain information at the National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show’s Health Care Knowledge Center, May 18-21, at McCormick Place in Chicago.
The knowledge center will offer show attendees the opportunity to meet one-on-one with independent, restaurant-focused, health care reform consultants who can address the challenges related to the law.
“The impending implementation of the health care law is raising a lot of questions,” said Jeffrey W. Davis, CEO of the United States Beef Corporation and convention chair for this year’s NRA Show. “Whether you’re an owner-operator, a franchisee, or a human-resources executive at a chain restaurant, you need to understand how it applies to your operation and how to prepare for it. That’s why we have assembled a team of experts with more than 120 years of health care and employee benefit experience to tackle those questions for you so you can go home confident and ready to take care of your business and employees.”
Visit the website for more information on the Health Care Knowledge Center or to apply for a free appointment. Also, read more about how to prepare for the health care law here.
In addition to showcasing the knowledge center, three health care-focused education sessions will be offered twice each during this year’s show to maximize attendance. The sessions will provide big-picture knowledge as well as detailed overviews based on operation size. Visit the Education page for a full list of sessions and times.
Learn more how to schedule your free consultation, and register for NRA Show 2013.