Massachusetts Small Business Owners: Learn How to Make Health Insurance More Affordable

Date: March 29, 2022

Engage with decision-makers at Massachusetts Small Business Day 2022!

NFIB and fellow small business owners will meet virtually on April 12, 2022  from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.


Join fellow business owners from across Massachusetts to learn about efforts to make health insurance more affordable for small businesses and their workers. This is an opportunity to learn about pending legislation that will impact your small business. Plus, expert guests will present on what is being done to lower health insurance costs in Massachusetts. Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of the conversation at virtual Small Business Day 2022!

Guests are welcomeplease forward this email to a friend or colleague.

Here are the topics to be covered:

Beacon Hill Update
A legislative briefing on key small business issues related to:

  • Unemployment Insurance Taxes
  • Labor Mandates (wage theft, restrictive scheduling)
  • Taxation
  • Energy Expenses

Healthcare Affordability and Equity
Small businesses often feel like they are forced to pay more for health insurance yet receive less. Sandra Wolitzki, Deputy Chief Health Care Division, Office of the Attorney General will share more about steps that are being taken to tackle affordability.

An Act Investing in the Future of Our Health: Hear from Lauren Peters, the Undersecretary of Health Policy, Executive Office of Health and Human Services, about Governor Baker’s bill to address health challenges in Massachusetts, including reforms to the state’s unique merged market.

Legislative Health Policy: Senator Cynthia Friedman, Chair of the Joint Committee on Health Care Financing will share more about proposed policies from legislative leaders to help mitigate the high cost of insurance for Massachusetts small businesses.

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