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Captive 101: What Your Medium to Large Groups Need to Know

As part of its expanded offerings for Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce members, Chamber Health Options is introducing a brand-new captive insurance option for businesses with 20 – 1,000 employees. The Chamber Group Captive is a self-funded option for businesses that want to manage their costs and risks. A group captive is an insurance facility formed by companies joining together to reduce the cost of insurance. Each participating company desires to control their own risk, and member companies generally maintain good loss histories and effective risk management programs.

Answers To Your Questions, Choices for Your Business

Last month, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce and Chamber Insurance & Benefits announced Chamber Health Options, a comprehensive online marketplace for health insurance. Through this website, you’ll be able to search through individual and small-group health insurance options, seek out subsidies if applicable, and purchase health insurance for you and your employees on your time and on your terms. You may also continue to work directly with your Chamber member broker for your health insurance needs if that is your preference.

Las Vegas Chamber shifts health insurance strategy

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The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce has a new battle plan in its fight to keep members insured.

Mandates in the Affordable Care Act are forcing the chamber to surrender its group-health policies. In their place, the association will launch a private health insurance exchange for its 5,000 members. Chamber Health Options is scheduled to go live midmonth as perhaps the first — but probably not the last — private exchange for a business organization based in the Silver State.

Your Health, Your Choice


Nevada business owners and their employees are facing some difficult decisions in regards to their health insurance. Should they continue to shop for a group plan, or should they convert to an individual plan strategies for themselves and their employees?

Chamber’s new Health Marketplace


The Affordable Care Act has brought major health insurance changes for Nevada consumers and business owners. How insurance is purchased, how coverages will work and what is best for employers and employees are just a few of the things that continue to raise questions.

Pass this Along to Your Employees: Sun Safety 101

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Chamber Insurance & Benefits

Sun safety is never out of season. Summer's arrival means it's time for picnics, trips to the pool…and a spike in sunburns. The need for sun safety has become clear over the past 30 years, with studies showing that excessive exposure to the sun can cause skin cancer. Harmful rays from the sun, sunlamps and tanning beds may also cause eye problems, weaken your immune system, and give you unsightly skin spots, wrinkles or "leathery" skin.

Office Ergonomics

Neck and shoulder pain, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome—how can working at a desk job make you feel like you handle a jackhammer for a living? The answer is ergonomics, the science of coordinating physical working conditions to workers. Proper ergonomics can ease job stress and prevent chronic injuries and disabilities, such as:

April is Autism Awareness Month

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Pencil in Wellness: A calendar year of Workplace Wellness ideas

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Greta Beck-Seidman

Workplace wellness programs help you
and your employees improve their health,
overall wellbeing and quality of life. To help
organically incorporate workplace wellness
programs into your business, you may want
to take the lead from health observances
throughout the calendar year. There are several each
month, each with simple ways to institute a healthier,
more mindful workplace. Here are just a few to get your
wellness program started:

So Many Ways to Forget

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Schinhofen, L., Trier, N., & Searleman, A.

You forget names and faces, appointments and anniversaries,
where you left the car keys, what you read, what you said,
what you were doing before you were interrupted, not to
mention all the numbers you have to memorize nowadays:
PIN numbers, passwords and user IDs, which five of those
500 cable channels you actually use, etc.
How does your memory handle it all? And how can you get it to be
more reliable?