SHRM meeting on Thursday


The Society for Human Resource Management NMI Chapter will have a membership meeting this Thursday, May 25, from 11:30am to 1:30pm at the Pacific Islands Club’s Charley’s Cabaret.

Thursday’s meeting will feature Frank J. Campillo, MHP, from Calvo Insurance Underwriters, who will speak about the ongoing controversy over Obamacare versus the proposed Republican Party changes and other medical and insurance related issues.

A graduate of UCLA and a holder of the Managed Healthcare Professional designation from the American Healthcare Insurance Plans national association, Campillo serves as the health plan administrator for Calvo Insurance’s SelectCare program.

Campillo will compare the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act with the Trump administration’s American Health Care Act and discuss the pros and cons of the competing programs. He will also speak about the current and anticipated medical costs increase trend compared to decreasing global inflation rates. Campillo will also address recent regional changes in healthcare and how these affect both employees and employers.

This presentation is open to the public and will be an opportunity for employers, managers, and HR professionals and staff to better understand current healthcare-insurance trends. Campillo will respond to questions.

The presentation includes the PIC lunch buffet at the cost of $20 for SHRM members and $30 for non-members. Seats are limited, so reserve your seat by contacting Penny Jones by e-mail at or Denise Montenegro at or by telephone at 323-5867/68.

SHRM is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. The NMI Chapter is affiliated with the national organization. For more information about the NMI Chapter, visit (PR)

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