November General Meeting
The Affordable Care Act 101
On October 1, the health insurance marketplace opened. But what does this mean for you, your staff and your family? How can you best navigate the country's new health insurance system? Do you qualify for tax credits or subsidies? The November Dinner Meeting presentation will help you answer these questions and develop a basic understanding of The Affordable Care Act and the ramifications it will on small businesses specifically dentistry.
Mr. Gil Davis will be our speaker on Wednesday, November 20, 7:00 P.M. at The Rose Tree Inn. Register by Friday, November 15th to Sara, email@example.com with your meal choice of Chicken Marsala, NY Strip Steak, or Pistachio Salmon. Cost is $40 per doctor, $25 per hygienist/staff attending with member. Payment can be made in advance or at the door by cash or check. Kindly give 48 hours notice of cancellation should you request a refund. Thank you. The Rose Tree Inn is located at 1243 N. Providence Rd., Media.
Gilbert R. Davis is President & Chief Executive Officer of Pennsylvania Dental Association Insurance Services, Inc. (PDAIS) and Mid-Atlantic Insurance Resources. In the 2000 Mr. Davis took over as CEO of PDAIS, a subsidiary of the Pennsylvania Dental Association that provides business and personal insurance programs to dentists of the commonwealth and New Jersey. He holds his life, health and accident, property and casualty license and NASD series 6 securities license.
He is a member of the Insurance Agent & Brokers Association where he serves as a member of the Member Agent Panel. He is also, a member of the local, state and National Association of Health Underwriters. He currently serves as a board member of the Central Pennsylvania chapter’s serves as legislative committee and as Treasurer. He also has lobbied extensively at the state and national level on health care reform. Also, is a frequent presenter on many Health Care Reform and insurance topics.
He has been heavily involved with the Millerstown Area Jaycees since 1995, serving as president, vice-president, chaplain and numerous committee chairmanships. He also has volunteered for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training and has served as a running coach for Special Olympics. He is also an avid runner, and has completed a total of 12 marathons. He was rewarded the prestigious award as one of Central Pennsylvania’s dynamic business leaders for 2005 under the age of 40. He was recognized for his excellence to business, to professional achievement and to his commitment to community--people who are shaping the economic future of central PA. He was also a member of the Harrisburg Multiple Sclerosis class of 2006. The MS Leadership Class program honors executives for their outstanding contributions to the civic, business and cultural betterment of Central Pennsylvania.