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MBGH Helps MBQ Get a Handle on What Health Reform Means to Business

Cristie Upshaw Travis, CEO of Memphis Business Group on Health, helps Richard Banks, blogger for the Memphis Business Quarterly's Business Minded Blog, get, what he refers to as, a "semblance of comprehension" about what health reform means for business. In this first installment of a series of postings on the realities of health reform, Banks talked with Travis about decisions both large and small employers are making now that "sidestep" some of the early provisions of health reform, at least for now.

Read the complete blog and learn more about the "Paw Paw" provision (aka Grandfathering).

Posted by Cristie Travis at 8:53 AM

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