Hauppauge, NY (PRWEB) May 5, 2010
HIA-LI’s 22nd Annual Business Trade Show & Conference will include an important focus on today’s healthcare industry and related political actions. Features include a healthcare pavilion that will connect healthcare consumers, professionals and third-party insurance carriers, and a seminar featuring leading healthcare executives discussing Healthcare Economics and Politics. The conference and exhibition will be held at Suffolk County Community College Sports & Exhibition Complex in Brentwood on Thursday, May 27, 2010. More information is available at http://hia-li.org/tradeshow2010/
The Healthcare Pavilion
This year the conference features a Healthcare Pavilion on the exhibition floor that will be open between 9 AM and 4 PM. Exhibitors include organizations that have a direct healthcare-related connection or healthcare-related service offering for businesses.
The conference also includes a free seminar and panel discussion entitled, “Healthcare Economics and Politics,” moderated by Robert McMillan joined by leading healthcare executives to discuss recent healthcare legislation and its anticipated effects. The panel will be held between 2:30 - 4:00 PM.
Mr. McMillan is of Counsel to the Mineola law firm of Bee Ready Fishbien Hatter & Donovan, LLP, and the first non-physician on the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association. He has served as a Director of Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, is a Member of the Board of Directors of Madison National Bank and served on the Board of Directors of WellChoice, Inc. and Lumex, Inc. He founded the Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc. in 1987 and served as its chairman until 2001.
Other panelists include:
“Now that the law has passed on 2010 Health Care Reform Legislation there are many questions about health care and medical benefits for employers and employees,” said HIA President Terri Alessi-Miceli. “Our conference will seek to explain what this legislation will mean to Long Island companies and their employees.”
“Employers are concerned about what legislative changes will mean to their bottom line,” Mr. McMillan said. “With current expenditures at $2.4 trillion, healthcare spending is expected to double in the next ten years. The main thing that we want to do now is to lay out the facts of the current law and the timeline for implementation.”
HIA-LI Business Trade Show & Conference
The HIA-LI Business Trade Show & Conference is the largest one-day Business to Business Trade Show on Long Island. Companies are invited to participate and their executives are encouraged to attend the HIA Trade Show. Tickets are also available for attendance at the Breakfast and Luncheon. Additional information is available at http://hia-li.org/tradeshow2010/.
HIA-LI (The Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island) is a 32 year old not-for-profit business organization that represents the 1,600 companies and 55,000 employees in one of the largest industrial parks in the nation. With a membership of approximately 1,000 companies in Hauppauge and throughout Long Island, HIA-LI is recognized as a powerful economic development force in the region. HIA-LI provides services and programs focusing on international trade, human resources, business development, government affairs, manufacturing, technology, environment, education, engineering, transportation, energy and much more. For more information, visit http://www.hia-li.org.
Anne Strauss, Communication Strategy Group, 631-766-6810
TRADE SHOW CONTACT:
Theresa Sciarrone, HIA-LI, 631-543-5355