Upcoming Member Luncheon
February 21, 2017 from 11:30 – 1:00
Hilton Orlando/Altamonte Springs
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
Founder of the Canadian Medstore
Utilizing international Rx sources as a method of combating the staggering rise in prescription drug costs.
Hepscher will discuss strategies that can be used to help lower the cost of prescription medication for groups, individuals and Medicare clients. The presentation will also briefly cover the history/ background of individual Americans and employer groups going overseas to fill prescriptions as an alternative to the high costs in the US. Also discussed will be the legal and safety concerns regarding international Rx fulfillment.
Bill Hepscher is the Founder of The Canadian Medstore, Florida’s premier provider of affordable international prescription medication. Fueled by a vision that all Americans, especially Seniors on a fixed income and families who were uninsured, should have access to safe, affordable medication, The Canadian Medstore opened its first storefront location in Zephyrhills, FL in 2003. By utilizing a network of professional Canadian, US and international pharmacies, The Canadian Medstore helps clients purchase prescription medication at savings of up to 80% over typical retail prices. The Canadian Medstore now has six locations throughout the State of Florida and serves thousands of clients from all across the US.
The Canadian Medstore recognizes and supports the important role of the independent health insurance agent. Bill Hepscher is a NAHU member and currently serves as the Region 5 HUPAC Chair. Bill is a past recipient of the FAHU Emerging Leader Award and FAHU Presidential Citation Award. Bill lives in Tampa, Fl with his wife and two beautiful daughters.
$12 for CFAHU Members & first-time guests
$25 for other NAHU members
$35 for Non-members
CE is free for Members and $10 for Non-membersEmail firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 PM on Thursday 2/16/17 to reserve your spot.
Lunch (Vegetarian option available upon request with RSVP)
Romaine and Mesclum green salad
Chef’s choice of starch and vegetable
Warm Rolls with Butter
Iced Tea and Coffee
Chef’s choice of dessert
1 Hour CE will follow the luncheon
One Size Does Not Fit All: Avoiding Common ADAAA Mistakes
Presented by Matthew Beatty of The Standard
Many employers recognize that they are not able to respond appropriately to current or potential ADAAA accommodation requests and need additional expertise and guidance to avoid non-compliance with the ADAAA. Others are not even aware that their policies and normal practices could run afoul of the law. This course provides brokers and human relations staff with additional information to help the employer identify potential issues that could subject the employer to disputes under the ADAAA.
Join us for CFAHU Happy Hour at Marlow’s 1008 S. Orlando Ave, Winter Park (across from the Krispy Kreme on 17-92) from 5-8pm on Thursday, March 2.
$20 includes 2 drink tickets and appetizers.
Contact Susan Zegke-Donahue if you’re interested in sponsoring. RSVP here if you will attend.