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FRAHU & Friends 5th Annual Bowling Tournament: Info. for Sponsors

Join us and celebrate the end of another 4th quarter.  Invite a broker or two to join your team as a thank you for their business. Encourage a colleague to register a team for a little friendly competition.

The bowling tournament will take place on Thursday, March 14 at The Summit from 2 pm - 5 pm. We hope to see you there! 


$500 Sponsor

(2 still available)

$250 Sponsor

$100 Sponsor 

  • 4 attendees 
  • Logo on invitation
  • 10 min to address challengers
  • Raffle your door prize
  • 2 attendees
  • Logo on invitation
  • We will raffle your door prize
  • 1 attendee
  • We will raffle your door prize

Includes bowling, arcade games, and laser tag; burger and chicken slider station with salad, soda, and chips; drink ticket (beer or wine); and hours of fun!

Earn Extra Raffle Tickets

Bring an item to donate to A Precious Child and receive two extra raffle tickets.  (click link for list of needed items)


Register Here

Don't Miss Out On The 2019 CSAHU Day At The Capitol!

Posted: February 4, 2019

2019 CSAHU Day at the Capitol

March 6, 2019 | 8:00 am - 3:00 pm | History Colorado Center

5 CEs Applied For 

Register Here

Join us for our annual Day at the Capitol. We have invited lawmakers from around the state to join us. We will have updates on state legislation that affect our industry, what to expect with healthcare reform in the coming year, and tools to help you better serve your clients. This meeting will also afford you an opportunity to speak with your state legislators.

Member Type Early-Bird Pricing
*Early-Bird registration ends January 31, 2019
Online Registration 
*Closes February 28, 2019
On-Site Registration 
*Member $100.00 $115.00 $130.00
LPRT Member $90.00 $105.00 $120.00
Non-Member $125.00 $140.00 $170.00


Speaker Spotlight: Dianne Primavera, Lt. Governor, The State of Colorado

Dianne Primavera is a leading patient advocate who has spent three decades fighting for every Coloradan’s access to quality, affordable health care.

As a young mom in 1988, Dianne was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her doctor told her that she had, at most, five years to live. Since her first diagnosis, Dianne has fought cancer four times and survived. Her personal battle with cancer inspired her to make it her life’s work to ensure every Coloradan has access to the health care they need when they need it.

In 1990, Dianne joined the Rocky Mountain Regional Brain Injury Center, where her work focused on helping individuals dealing with serious injuries recover and resume dignified, fulfilling lives. Since then, she’s held many prominent positions throughout the public and non-profit sectors devoted to furthering life-saving medical research and connecting Coloradans who experience illness with the treatment they need to recover.

In 2006, Dianne was elected to the first of four terms in the State Legislature, representing Broomfield, Superior, and parts of Erie. Throughout her service, Dianne was highly regarded for her success working across the aisle to promote Colorado small businesses, lower prescription drug costs, and expand access to affordable health care. Some of her major successes included:

Expanding Medicaid and private-insurance coverage for cancer screenings and women’s preventative health care

  • Securing insurance coverage for autism services for children in Colorado
  • Enhancing privacy protections for Coloradans’ personal medical information
  • Creating a program to distribute unused cancer drugs to patients who could not afford them
  • Creating a Business Personal Property Tax Credit to reduce costs for small businesses

Most recently, Dianne served as the CEO of Susan G. Komen Colorado, one of the largest organizations in the country dedicated to breast cancer prevention, treatment, research, and education.

Learn about the speakers and course descriptions here

Register Here


SCAHU Event: Provider Billing and its Many Challenges

Posted: February 4, 2019

When: Wednesday, February 13, 2019 from 8:30 - 10:00 am 

Where: Kaiser Permanente, 1975 Research Parkway Suite 250, Colorado Springs, CO

Description: Please join us in welcoming Janet Pogar, RVP of Provider Solutions at Anthem BCBS, for our SCAHU February meeting. Janet will discuss with us how the move to “limited or high performance” networks has impacted health care costs and access.  She will also cover out-of-network claims, while at in-network provider, hospital, surgery center or emergency room.  Small group vs. level- or self-funded, and when CO Network Adequacy laws apply.  Other topics covered will be facility fees, narrow networks, referrals, and has all of this actually influenced the cost and quality of care?

Speaker: Janet Pogar is a true Colorado native, born and raised in Pueblo, Colorado. Janet has a passion for continuing to reduce the cost of health care and has worked on all sides of the delivery system – including hospital, physician and health plan. Janet’s career has included working with several physician organizations in Colorado Springs and Denver, including Physician’s Network (IPA) and their associated (and only physician owned, at the time) HMO in Colorado Springs overseeing the operations of both the IPA’s and HMO. Since re-joining Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield in 1999, Janet has held a statewide Director, and now Regional Vice President role and oversees all hospital,physician, ambulatory surgery centers and ancillary negotiations as well as numerous operational functions including credentialing, analytics, payment innovation and payment for value in the Colorado market.

Janet lives in Monument with her husband Steve. Not too far from her are her son, his wife and two granddaughters (Leila & Annika) and their most recent addition a grandson OliverAidan. Her passions include family, traveling and listening to live music. 

Cost: Members: $20; Non-Members: $50

Register Here


2018 Recap and Trends to Expect for 2019

Posted: February 4, 2019 

MDAHU Event: 2018 Recap and Trends to Expect for 2019, presented by Laura Miller from USI

When: February 13, 2019 from 8:00 - 9:00am 

WhereBethany Lutheran Church, 4500 E Hampden Ave, Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113

DescriptionPlease join MDAHU for our first meeting in 2019. Laura Miller, Compliance Attorney for USI Insurance Services, will recap 2018 and discuss expected trends for 2019. Specific topics will include:

  • IRS Letters 226J for ALEs
  • The current state of ACA
  • HSA legislation
  • Wellness programs
  • Nondiscrimination, and
  • Paid leave laws.

Know anyone who should be apart of MDAHU? Bring a guest! 

Cost: Member $10, Non-Member $40

Register here!


Why Be a Member of CSAHU?

Posted: February 6, 2019

Do I want to speak for myself only or have an association representing me as one voice?  CSAHU has over 500 members speaking as one voice.

Legislative Compliance – be part of the solution speaking with your representatives locally on issues that affect you here in Colorado.

Credibility – As a member, you have knowledge and experience.  We, as members, are experts in our industry.

Education – NAHU provides designations, certifications and online learning tools.

Discounts – as a NAHU member you have the availability to receive Errors & Omissions at a 10% discount, UPS savings, car rentals, moving expenses, etc.

Media – NAHU promotes our advocacy efforts and the role of the brokers.  Our association is very well-respected in Washington, D.C.

2019 Dues through NAHU are $455 annually to be a member of NAHU, CSAHU, and your local chapter.  With an annual potential value of over $8,000, most of us appreciate the value of being a member with over 10,000 members nationwide representing our industry. 

Join Today!
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