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CHAMBER SPOTLIGHT TO SHINE ON GROUP HEALTH

 CHAMBER SPOTLIGHT TO SHINE ON GROUP HEALTH
 SEATTLE, May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was released today


by the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce:
 WHAT: Business' competitive position is being eroded by rising health-care costs. Nationwide, the amount that business spends on health care exceeds its combined after-tax profits. Likewise, employees complain that deductibles are cutting into their paychecks. But what can be done to stop the ever-rising spiral?
 WHO: Phil Nudelman, president and chief executive officer of


Group Health Cooperative, will present "Guaranteed Ways to Cut Health- Care Costs." A leader in health-care reform and one of the nation's oldest and most successful health-maintenance organizations. Group Health's innovative system of care, with emphasis on disease prevention and health promotion, is nationally recognized as a model for the future. Group Health's policy-setting board of trustees is comprised of consumers and elected by fellow consumers, who oversee every level of the organization.
 As the state's eighth-largest employer, Group Health recognizes the impact employee health-care benefits have on every business, and Nudelman will discuss ways in which people can work together to bring down costs.
 WHEN: Thursday, May 21, noon to 1:30 p.m.
 WHERE: Sheraton Seattle Hotel & Towers, Cirrus Room.
 RSVP: Call Kristin Wilson, 206-389-7243, to attend.
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 /CONTACT: Sally Wright of the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce, 206-389-7241/ CO: Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce ST: Washington IN: HEA SU:


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