April 8 @ 8:15 am - 4:15 pm| $60 – $75
The Wichita Area Benefit Professionals Presents its 10th Annual Healthcare Symposium
“Partners in Progress”
Date: Thursday, April 8th
The Wichita Area Benefit Professionals, a division of the National Association of Health Underwriters, presents its 10th Annual Healthcare Symposium, “Partners in Progress”. Join us as we learn about the latest local and national legislative and compliance updates affecting our industry, and dig into specified health conditions and new treatments that should be considered when consulting on group health plans. Topics include:
- Legal insights and current issues affecting healthcare and Employer Sponsored Benefits.
Presented by Hinkle Law Firm & National Association of Health Underwriters
- How bariatric surgery can impact your health plan and the long-term health of employees.
Presented by Dr. Nicholas Brown, MD, Bariatric Surgeon & Medical Director of Wesley Woodlawn Bariatric Surgery Center
- An enhanced model for Pharmacogenomics and using an individual’s genetics relative to the performance of metabolizing enzymes, targets, receptors and transporters to assist healthcare providers help patients reach optimal drug therapy.
Presented by RxGenomix
- Briefing on Kansas legislative updates affecting healthcare and policies and functions of the Kansas Insurance Department
Presented by Kansas Insurance Commissioner, Vicki Schmidt
The Keynote Speaker is Dan Meers, the Kansas City Chiefs’ KC Wolf mascot. In 2013, Dan came within inches of losing his life while practicing a bungee jump and zip line stunt at Arrowhead Stadium. The stunt failed and Dan plummeted 75 feet before crashing into the stadium seats. Miraculously he survived and endured 9 days in the hospital and was permanently scarred. You won’t want to miss this powerful presentation when Dan shares this incredible story and the important lessons he learned during his long road to recovery about leadership and life.
Check in will begin at 8:15 a.m. and final check out will end by 4:15 p.m.
Cost to attend is $60 for association members and $75 for non-members. Register now at mywahu.org.
Life & health CE and Ethics Credit: 6 hours (pending)
SHRM Credit: Pending