Kate Kirkwood, of K. Kirkwood Consulting, LLC will be discussing EPA/HUD Lead Paint Certification. This is a 20 minute version of the 8 hour certification class. It will not get you certified, but it will help you figure out if you need to be. Add another 20 minutes of explanation about the dangers of lead, 20 minutes of discussion about the funding sources available to property owners in NH, and time for Q&A and it is 90 minutes of your time that could save you $37,500.
Join us Tuesday April 8th, beginning at 6pm 
Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn, North Conway Village  
  
Making sense of our Health Care System
Sponsored by: Intervale Benefits & Financial Services, Ltd.
Our speaker: Gene Bergoffen
Gene Bergoffen will explore Our Health Care System before and after the Affordable Care Act.   He will trace the developments in American Health Care, including the reasons behind employer provided care.  The discussion will look at where America stands in the world with respect to quality and cost, and will cover the "Triple Aim" of health care policies - Population Health, Quality, and Cost.   On a practical level, Gene will explain how employers and consumers can access or provide care, how hospitals and providers are dealing with changing reimbursements, and how you personally and in your businesses can take advantage of or deal with these changes. 
Our health care system has been and remains very complicated, and Gene will seek to simplify it, and remove the clouds, myths, and confusion.

Mr. Bergoffen serves on the Memorial Hospital Board, was its chairman for the last five years, and is now a member of the Board of the Maine Health System.

WMHBRA monthly meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month in the Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn.  Members $15, non-members $20; includes pizza and salad from Flatbread Company - and plenty of networking opportunities!
Join us Tuesday April 8th, beginning at 6pm 
Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn, North Conway Village  
  
Making sense of our Health Care System
Sponsored by: Intervale Benefits & Financial Services, Ltd.
Our speaker: Gene Bergoffen
Gene Bergoffen will explore Our Health Care System before and after the Affordable Care Act.   He will trace the developments in American Health Care, including the reasons behind employer provided care.  The discussion will look at where America stands in the world with respect to quality and cost, and will cover the "Triple Aim" of health care policies - Population Health, Quality, and Cost.   On a practical level, Gene will explain how employers and consumers can access or provide care, how hospitals and providers are dealing with changing reimbursements, and how you personally and in your businesses can take advantage of or deal with these changes. 
Our health care system has been and remains very complicated, and Gene will seek to simplify it, and remove the clouds, myths, and confusion.

Mr. Bergoffen serves on the Memorial Hospital Board, was its chairman for the last five years, and is now a member of the Board of the Maine Health System.

WMHBRA monthly meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month in the Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn.  Members $15, non-members $20; includes pizza and salad from Flatbread Company - and plenty of networking opportunities!


Kate Kirkwood, of K. Kirkwood Consulting, LLC is the founder of Lead-Edu, an EPA and HUD certified training firm offering RRP Lead Safety certification and related services.  The company is certified in the State of NH to teach lead abatement workers, supervisors and contractors as well as Lead Inspectors and Risk Assessors.  Kate has a Master’s Degree in Business and over 20 years of experience in adult education.  She is an award winning adjunct professor of business and has taught classes and workshops at several local colleges.  Kate is the founder and manager of K.Kirkwood Consulting,  LLC, the firm that managed the Lead Hazard Control and Rehabilitation programs for the City of Manchester, NH for 5 years, and consults for similar programs in surrounding communities. Lead-Edu was chosen by the State of NH Department of Health and Human Services to complete EPA funded training in several location around the State in 2012 and again in 2013

Join us Tuesday April 8th, beginning at 6pm 
Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn, North Conway Village  
  
Making sense of our Health Care System
Sponsored by: Intervale Benefits & Financial Services, Ltd.
Our speaker: Gene Bergoffen
Gene Bergoffen will explore Our Health Care System before and after the Affordable Care Act.   He will trace the developments in American Health Care, including the reasons behind employer provided care.  The discussion will look at where America stands in the world with respect to quality and cost, and will cover the "Triple Aim" of health care policies - Population Health, Quality, and Cost.   On a practical level, Gene will explain how employers and consumers can access or provide care, how hospitals and providers are dealing with changing reimbursements, and how you personally and in your businesses can take advantage of or deal with these changes. 
Our health care system has been and remains very complicated, and Gene will seek to simplify it, and remove the clouds, myths, and confusion.

Mr. Bergoffen serves on the Memorial Hospital Board, was its chairman for the last five years, and is now a member of the Board of the Maine Health System.

WMHBRA monthly meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month in the Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn.  Members $15, non-members $20; includes pizza and salad from Flatbread Company - and plenty of networking opportunities!
Join us Tuesday April 8th, beginning at 6pm 
Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn, North Conway Village  
  
Making sense of our Health Care System
Sponsored by: Intervale Benefits & Financial Services, Ltd.
Our speaker: Gene Bergoffen
Gene Bergoffen will explore Our Health Care System before and after the Affordable Care Act.   He will trace the developments in American Health Care, including the reasons behind employer provided care.  The discussion will look at where America stands in the world with respect to quality and cost, and will cover the "Triple Aim" of health care policies - Population Health, Quality, and Cost.   On a practical level, Gene will explain how employers and consumers can access or provide care, how hospitals and providers are dealing with changing reimbursements, and how you personally and in your businesses can take advantage of or deal with these changes. 
Our health care system has been and remains very complicated, and Gene will seek to simplify it, and remove the clouds, myths, and confusion.

Mr. Bergoffen serves on the Memorial Hospital Board, was its chairman for the last five years, and is now a member of the Board of the Maine Health System.

WMHBRA monthly meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month in the Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn.  Members $15, non-members $20; includes pizza and salad from Flatbread Company - and plenty of networking opportunitie

Join us Tuesday April 8th, beginning at 6pm
Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn, North Conway Village 
 
Making sense of our Health Care System
Sponsored by: Intervale Benefits & Financial Services, Ltd.
Our speaker: Gene Bergoffen
 
Gene Bergoffen will explore Our Health Care System before and after the Affordable Care Act.   He will trace the developments in American Health Care, including the reasons behind employer provided care.  The discussion will look at where America stands in the world with respect to quality and cost, and will cover the "Triple Aim" of health care policies - Population Health, Quality, and Cost.   On a practical level, Gene will explain how employers and consumers can access or provide care, how hospitals and providers are dealing with changing reimbursements, and how you personally and in your businesses can take advantage of or deal with these changes.
 
Our health care system has been and remains very complicated, and Gene will seek to simplify it, and remove the clouds, myths, and confusion.
 
Mr. Bergoffen serves on the Memorial Hospital Board, was its chairman for the last five years, and is now a member of the Board of the Maine Health System.

WMHBRA monthly meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month in the Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn.  Members $15, non-members $20; includes pizza and salad from Flatbread Company - and plenty of networking opportunities!

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Interested in sponsoring an upcoming meeting?

 

Sponsor a monthly meeting for $200 (member) or $250 (non-member).
Team up with a partner and pay only $150 each.

Sponsors will also have the opportunity to become the keynote speaker for that month.  Meetings are usually held at the Eastern Slope Inn, but if you are sponsoring, you may prefer to host the meeting at your business.
Sponsors gain valuable exposure for themselves and their products through our meeting announcements which are emailed to a targeted audience and posted on the WMHBRA Facebook page.
FMI: call Gordon at (603) 367-8272 or click to email us

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The White Mountain Home Builders and Remodelers Association are Professionals in your community committed to excellence and the promotion of trade and business education, ethical standards, and leadership in the building industry.

 

Monthly meetings are usually held at the Eastern Slope Inn (Legends Room) on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:00 pm. The cost to attend our monthly meetings is $15 for members, $20 for non-members - this includes dinner.

 

 

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