Mosinee Area Chamber annual meeting, 4:30 p.m., Pinewood Supper Club, 1208 Half Moon Lake, Mosinee. www.mosineechamber.org. Tammy Campo, 715-693-4330.
What Does the Employment Forecast Mean to Me and My Company, 7:45 a.m. to 9 a.m., NTC Center for Business & Industry, 1000 W. Campus Drive, Wausau. Advanced look into hiring plans to enable you to proactively devise a workforce strategy. Presented by Beth Mathison, director of Business Development at Manpower, $10 in advance, $15 after June 8. Registration open. 715-845-6231, www.wausauchamber.com.
Ready or Not: What the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace Means for Wisconsin, 7 p.m., UW Center for Civic Engagement, 625 Stewart Ave. Representatives from the Obama Administration, the Walker Administration and a national health policy expert will discuss the pending implementation of the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace in Wisconsin. National health policy expert Robert Laszewski, HHS Region 5 Director Jackie Garner, and Wisconsin Medicaid Director Brett Davis will answer questions to clarify the major issues as these critical health care changes approach Wisconsin. This is a rare chance to have so many key stakeholders from local, state and national levels present to discuss the critical issues surrounding the implementation of the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace in Wisconsin. For additional information, contact Laura Hunt, Media & Marketing: email@example.com; or Corina Norrbom, MD, program director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Preparing for the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., The Westwood Conference Center, 1800 Westwood Center Blvd., Wausau. Professional conference to clarify key issues and questions surrounding the implementation of the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace and how this will affect the people of Wisconsin. The conference features speakers in a panel discussion about critical issues. Moderated by Wisconsin Eye's Steve Walters. Minnesota state Sen. Tony Lourey will speak about the challenges and opportunities in creating a state-run marketplace. The afternoon sessions will feature perspectives from patient advocates, hospitals/health systems, the insurance industry, physician leaders, business and government. For additional information, contact Connie.Nikolai@uwc.edu, 715-261-6368, www.wipps.org.