SVAHU Sales Expo
SVAHU Sales ExpoSeptember 3, 2019
Attend the exciting and informative SVAHU Sales Expo to meet with industry leaders and learn about the tools, technologies, and legislative updates that will impact your organization and prepare you for the future of the insurance industry. Network with industry trailblazers, speakers, and peers.
Date: September 10, 2019
Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Place: The Domain Hotel, 1085 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale 94087
Cost: $65 Members, $75 Non-Members
Use Promo Code ‘SVAHU2019’ for Early Bird Pricing: $50 Members, $60 Non-Members
Parker Conrad, CEO & Co-Founder of Rippling
As the founder of Zenefits, Parker Conrad launched one of the most influential disruptors of the decade. Parker will speak about the current state of HR & Benefits software, what the next generation will look like, and how it will affect you and your clients. Parker’s talk will be followed by a Q&A with Sue Wakamoto Lee.
J. Kevin A. McKechnie, Executive Director of the ABA’s HSA Council & Senior VP at the American Bankers Association
Changes to HRA regulations in 2020 will significantly reshape employer-based benefits. The founder of the HSA Council of the American Bankers Association, Kevin McKechnie, will provide an update straight from D.C. on the new HRA rules.
Faith Borges, CAHU Legislative Advocate
With years of experience as a Legislative staffer and most recently as Legislative Director for Assembly Member Catharine Baker, Faith Borges will brief you on the most important laws affecting health care and give an update from Sacramento on California Health Policy.
Integrated Healthcare Association, California Regional Healh Care and Quality Atlas
The Atlas project brings together multi-payer data by geographic region on more than 30 standardized measures of health care quality, cost, patient cost-sharing, and utilization to help purchasers, health plans, and policymakers focus on performance improvement initiatives. Join them for a discussion to learn how cost and quality has changed since 2013 and discover significant variations across the state, and even between health plan types.