The Mississippi Association of Self-Insurers (MASI) recently hosted its 19th Annual Fall Conference at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi, Mississippi. We spoke to MASI Executive Director Dan Gibson about this year’s conference, next year’s conference, and how MASI has grown since expanding beyond workers’ comp.
Educational sessions began for the annual Fall Mississippi Association of Self-Insurers (MASI) conference on Thursday. After an employer-focused re-hashing of the Affordable Care Act delivered by Chris Goff of the Employers Health Coalition of Ohio, retired General Harold A. Cross took the stage for the keynote address. His theme, “Doing Business with the American Spirit” was not just a celebration of entrepreneurship, but also a reminder of the forces behind government and community that allow entrepreneurship to be an enduring American trademark.
The Mississippi Association of Self-Insurers will host its 18th Annual Fall Conference from Wednesday, September 23rd to Friday, September 25th, at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. The event promises to be an especially informative one for self-insured workers’ comp and health professionals as several national speakers and local experts take the stage to provide their perspective on trends and concerns in the industry.
A recap of the highlights and editor’s impressions of day one of the MASI conference in Biloxi.
From September 24th-26th, the Mississippi Association of Self-Insurers (MASI) will host its 2014 annual Fall conference at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi. Louisiana Comp Blog will report from the event Thursday the 25th and Friday the 26th, so stay tuned for coverage of conference speakers and the exhibit hall.