Debra Squyres, Executive Director of Human Capital Services, TriNet
Debra Squyres has more than 20 years of experience across all facets of HR. She is TriNet’s Executive Director of Human Capital Services and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources—the highest level of accreditation achievable in the industry. She has been quoted in news outlets such as the Associated Press and the Dallas Morning News. A native of San Antonio, Debra earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Arlington and an MBA in Human Resources Management from the University of Dallas.
Dr. David Meltzer, Chief of the Section of Hospital Medicine & Faculty, Harris School of Public Policy and Department of Economics, University of Chicago
Dr. David Meltzer is Chief of the Section of Hospital Medicine and an associated faculty member at Chicago Harris and the Department of Economics. David’s research explores problems in health economics and public policy with a focus on the theoretical foundations of medical cost-effectiveness analysis and the determinants of the cost and quality of care, especially in teaching hospitals. He also performed randomized trials comparing the use of doctors who specialize in inpatient care ("hospitalists") with traditional physicians in six academic medical centers.
WHAT: The panel will answer questions such as:
WHERE: 222 W. Merchandise Mart Plaza, 12th Floor, Chicago, Illinois 60654
WHY: Dr. David Meltzer of University of Chicago and Debra Squyres of HR firm TriNet, will cover the basics of the Affordable Care Act. They will explore what reform means for entrepreneurs in terms of both requirements for and access to healthcare. Finally, the panelists will weigh in on new opportunities they're seeing in the healthcare space and participate in Q&A.
REGISTER: Tickets are free and the event is open to the public. Register here.
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