Florida Health Care Consortium - Coral Gables

September 23, 2015 11:00 a.m. -
Seasons 52 - 321 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, FL 33134


Take Control of Your School's Health Insurance Costs!  

Learn How a Health Care Consortium Can Make a Difference for Your School!

ISM's Senior Field Adviser, Ron Gray is hosting this lunch event for all interested Florida private-independent schools to take an in-depth look at what starting up a Florida Health Care Consortium is all about.  There is absolutely no obligation to become part of the group. This event is an informational session only.  Only schools with 50+ benefit-eligible employees are eligible to be a part of the founding group, however, schools with less than 50 benefit-eligbile employees can be added after the group is formed  All are welcome to join us to learn more about what it takes to establish a health care consortium in Florida.   

Click on the link above for more information and to register for this lunch event.

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Other Luncheon Events

Susan Simpson and Ron Gray will also be presenting Your Aging Faculty and Staff:  What Does This Mean For Your School?  All ACSI schools are welcomed to attend.  As Business Manager, Human Resource Manager, or even School Head, part of your duties is to instruct employees about their options as they reach new life milestones.  This workshop is designed to inform and guide private-independent schools through the changes needed for aging faculty and staff.

You're invited to join us for a complimentary, informative luncheon addressing concerns relative to aging faculty and staff, and what this means for your school.  

View ISM's main event page for more information about these events. 





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