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Join the Roundtable
Join the Roundtable
Who Should Join
Every public employer - state agencies, retirement systems, county and local governments - that provides health care benefits to its workers, retirees and/or their survivors should be a member of the Public Sector HealthCare Roundtable.
If you represent a public employer and you're concerned about the cost of providing your employees with adequate health care protection or are concerned about the impact that coming GASB disclosures are going to have on your state, county or municipal government, then you should be a member of the Public Sector HealthCare Roundtable.
If you believe that public sector employers deserve a voice in the national health care reform debate, then you need to become a member of the Public Sector HealthCare Roundtable.
Who Can Become A Member
Membership in the Roundtable is open to any statewide, regional or local governmental unit that provides health care coverage for public employees, retirees and/or their survivors. In addition, any national, statewide, regional or local organization that represents the interests of public sector health care sponsors, employees or retirees may become an associate member. Finally, any private concern that meets the criteria established for Corporate Associate Membership may become a member.
What Does It Cost To Become A Member
Annual dues are based on the number of lives covered by the member's health care program. See the chart below.
|More than 5,000
|2,501 to 5,000
|2,500 or less
In addition, Associate Memberships are available to any national organization for $2,500 and any state or local organization for $500. Dues for a Corporate Associate Membership are $3,000.
Join the Public Sector HealthCare Roundtable today!
For memberhips other than a Corporate Associate Membership, simply complete our online Membership Form and an invoice will be mailed to you. For a Corporate Associate Membership, print out the Corporate Associate Membership Form, and mail it to us. If you'd like more information about the Roundtable, please contact us.