La Habra Community Collaborative and St. Joseph Health System Regional Director Christopher Leo, Esq. Present Healthcare Reform Overview
Free Presentation on May 3 Will Provide Key Insights On Changes for Area Businesses
LA HABRA, Calif., April 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — La Habra Community Collaborative and Christopher Leo, Esq. of St. Joseph Health System announce a presentation especially for area businesses, entitled “Healthcare Reform: The Good, The Bad, The Winners and the Losers” on Thursday, May 3, from 9-10 a.m. at the Barnett Center Auditorium, 501 S. Idaho Street, La Habra.
“Whether your business is big, small, or somewhere in between, upcoming healthcare reforms may mean big changes for employees and especially to your bottom line,” Leo explains. “This overview will provide a breakdown of what healthcare reform may look for your business from both state and local perspectives.”
An expert in the area of healthcare reform, Leo is the Southern California Regional Director of Advocacy and Public Policy for the St. Joseph Health System where his responsibilities include federal, state and county government relations, as well as community relations. He is a member of the Public Law Center Board, the Orange County Health Needs Assessment Board and Taller San Jose, a non-profit that walks young people out of poverty by offering the hope of a productive and self-reliant future.
La Habra Community Collaborative is a volunteer group whose mission is to empower individuals and families to be self-sufficient and healthy, and to create opportunities for an improved quality of life for all La Habra residents. For more information about this presentation or upcoming events, call La Habra Community Collaborative President Gloria Mayer at (562) 690-4001 ext. 201.
SOURCE La Habra Community Collaborative