Meeting Archive:
Lo Que Significa la Ley de Salud para su Pequena Empresa en California


Meeting Description:

Acompáñenos a un webinar sobre la nueva ley de salud - La Ley de Cuidado de Salud Asequible - y lo que significa para pequeñas empresas en California. Nos enfocaremos en las disposiciones federales y estatales que afectan a las pequeñas empresas y cuales son las nuevas opciones de seguros de salud disponibles.

Los temas incluyen:

  • Covered California - una ventanilla de seguro de salud para las pequeñas empresas y los que trabajan por su cuenta y como pueden comprar cobertura de salud para sus necesidades y presupuesto
  • Créditos fiscales para pequeñas empresas (y organizaciones no lucrativas) - Quién es elegible para ellos y cómo obtenerlos
  • Nuevas medidas de protección al consumidor
  • Cómo la ley contiene los costos de seguro de salud
  • La responsabilidad compartida para empleador e individuo
  • Herramientas y recursos disponibles para las pequeñas empresas

Un período de preguntas y respuestas al final.

Para obtener más información antes de esta serie, favor de visitar el sitio web de Covered California en www.CoveredCA.com/espanol donde puede inscribirse para ser contactado por un agente certificado para hablar sobre sus opciones de seguro médico.

Details
Date: Wed, Dec 4, 2013
Time: 10:00 AM PST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Small Business Majority
 Presenter Information
Santiago Lucero
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Chief of Media Relations
Covered California
 
Santiago Lucero is currently the Chief of Media Relations for the State Health Benefits Exchange, Covered California. Prior to working for Covered California in the efforts of implementing the affordable care act in California, he worked as a News Anchor/Reporter for Univision in Sacramento and was the senior political reporter for Univision at the State Capitol. He was also the host of the only statewide public policy program “Voz y Voto” that aired in all California Univision affiliates.
 

Natalie Orta
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Economic Development
US Small Business Administration
 
Natalie Orta is the Chief of the Economic Development Division at the Los Angeles District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration where she has been employed since 1995. She is actively involved in outreach efforts targeting the small business population in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. Ms. Orta learned Spanish during fifteen years of residence in Mexico, where she taught English as a second language to executives, factory workers, resort employees, engineers, and children. Ms. Orta has had significant experience in both working with and consulting for small business in both the United States and Mexico.

 


Marcia Dávalos
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Outreach Manager
Small Business Majority
 
Marcia Dávalos manages Small Business Majority’s Los Angeles office where she focuses on building relationships with small business owners and organizations across Southern California.  Marcia is bilingual and also focuses her efforts on Small Business Majority’s Latino small business outreach work. She is a  Covered California Certified Educator.  Prior to joining Small Business Majority, Marcia served as Director of Regional Networks for the Latino Coalition for a Healthy California, a statewide policy group working to improve the conditions, services and health of Latinos across California.