January 16, 2019
Healthcare Symposium 2019
Register today for the Healthcare Symposium 2019: Innovation & Insight. Topics this year include mental health in the workplace, saving healthcare: single payer or innovation; and more! There are three locations to choose from:
Long Beach: March 20
Pleasanton: March 27
Sacramento: March 28
Space is limited, so register today!
Members Area – Retired
In December, the EIA discontinued use of the third party system which supported the EIA's Members' Area on our website, as it would not support our long-term needs. As such, the link (Members Area) has been removed from the "Member Tools" menu on your dashboard. This system will be replaced in stages throughout the year.
In the interim, a report titled "Your Entity Name 2018 2019 as of December 2018" has been posted in the "My Entity Documents" area of our website, in the "Other" section, with "Participation Report" as the document category.
This report will evidence your participation as of mid-December and includes information such as SIR/deductible, limits, memorandum/policy numbers, TPA, etc. Furthermore, the documents in the "Coverage" section, contains all property and casualty coverage related documents (coverage documents, coverage certificates, excess policies, etc.) for all years of participation with the EIA. You must login to our website to access the "My Entity Documents" area.
We appreciate your patience as we work through this transition. We are excited about the changes forthcoming, including, but not limited to access to more historical participation information. Please don’t hesitate to contact Nicole Montalvo, IT Manager if you need assistance with accessing information or Brian Kelley, Director of Underwriting if you have questions about your participation with the EIA.
Coping with Top 3 Employment Process Risks Workshop
Join Patrica Eyres, Managing Partner of the Eyres Law Group on Thursday, February 28, 2019, in West Lancaster, for an interactive workshop on Coping with The Top Three Employment Process Risks in 2019. During this session, attendees will recognize potential process lapses in compliance programs, identify policies that require updating, pinpoint procedures needing consistent enforcement, and develop skills for investigation and corrective action. This workshop is available to EIA members and their employees at no additional cost. Space is limited, register today!