WCBS New York State of Health Small Business Breakfast
Presented by Suffolk County National Bank
Navigating the New Health Reform Law and Making Your Business More Valuable
Thursday, October 17, 2013 | Crest Hollow Country Club | Woodbury, NY | Directions
Registration/networking – 7:30am | Program – 8:30am to 10am | Tickets on sale for $25
Changes to the health care system in the United States are coming fast. Is your business ready? Join us at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury Long Island for the next installment in our popular WCBS Small Business Breakfast Series.
WCBS 880 / Wall Street Journal Business Reporter Joe Connolly will guide our panel through a discussion on What You Need to Know To Make The Best Decision About Health Insurance for your business, your employees, for yourself and for your family. As always, we’ll take up the issues of How to Make Your Business Grow and How to Become More Profitable.
Don’t miss this important and timely session on Long Island. Make sure you have all the information you need. Registration and networking will begin at 7:30am. We’ll start the event at 8:30am and get you on your way to work by 10am.
Come take notes, bring your ideas, and get ready to learn about the new health care reform law and its impact on you and your business. You’ll also hear a discussion on growing your business in the economy.
CHRISTOPHER J. PECK
CEO of CBP Consulting
A veteran of the healthcare services arena, Chris focuses on strategic planning, client relationships, creating value-based processes, driving revenue and extending the overall business model through strategic partnerships. Chris is a sought after speaker for business groups such as Vistage, ADP, Society for Human Resource Management and the CEO Roundtable as well as a frequent source on benefits for WCBS Newsradio 880AM. Chris has qualified for the American College’s designations of Registered Health Underwriter (RHU) and Registered Employee Benefit Consultants (REBC).
Dr. DEEPAK A. KAPOOR
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Integrated Medical Professionals (IMP)
Headquartered in Melville, NY, is one of the youngest physicians to have been certified by the American Board of Urology and comes to IMP with over 20 years of clinical and business expertise. His medical background is diverse with both laboratory and clinical experience, both in the academic and private sectors. Dr. Kapoor´s expertise includes basic science research in molecular biology as well as extensive experience in oncologic and reconstructive surgery. Under his leadership, Dr. Kapoor’s organization, Integrated Medical Professionals (IMP) has become the largest comprehensive urology group practice in the United States, and is regarded as a national leader in the areas of quality management, utilization review, compliance and the development of coordinated clinical pathways.
Director, Entrepreneurship & Capital
Ben Geyerhahn manages Small Business Majority’s New York office, while also directing our work on entrepreneurship, access to capital, innovation and small business workforce issues. In addition, he directs the organization’s outreach and government affairs work in New York. He is a founding and managing principal of Hudson TG, a policy and political consulting boutique in New York City.
Prior to his work at Small Business Majority, Ben managed the distribution of the documentary film Paper Clips, one of the top 100 highest grossing documentaries of all time, worked for a social entrepreneur and a national nonprofit, and practiced law in New York. Ben co-authored the Small Business Majority study “The Impact of Healthcare Reform on New York’s Small Businesses,” and serves as a member of the New York City/Metro regional advisory committee for the New York Health Benefit Exchange.
CFO, Attitude New York
As Chief Financial Officer of Attitude New York, Inc. since 1990, she has helped grow a struggling small business into a successful enterprise with 70 employees. During her tenure, she has worked on building and servicing a high-end clientele, creating a company-sponsored employee benefits plan, and developing a custom computer program for the chauffeured transportation industry.
Prior to entering the entrepreneurial arena, Rosina spent six years in corporate communications at NBC and several years as a freelance writer and photographer.
Rosina serves on the Board of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce. A 1976 graduate of Brandeis University, she is a member of the Brandeis University Arts Council. In her spare time, she has worked on Democratic political campaigns on the Federal, State and Local levels. In 2008, she was an elected delegate to the Democratic National Convention, representing Hillary Clinton.