Upcoming NACo Web-base Education Workshops

The National Association of Counties (NACo) offers an array of timely, practical education webinars for county officials and staff around the country.  There are a number of web-based education sessions offered during the month of March.  To register, click the links below:

NACo Prescription Discount Card Program: More Resources, More Success!
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
2:00 PM – 3:15 PM Eastern Time
Hear about the latest program news including the new marketing fee reimbursement option for participating counties or counties that are initiating the program.  Get your questions answered and hear about the robust array of free resources available to you to administer this free, member exclusive program. Your county residents will thank you!

Cost-Effective Innovations to Improve County Employee Health Care
Thursday, March 22, 2012
2:00 PM – 3:15 PM  Eastern Time
Limited county budgets and rising health care costs are placing significant challenges on county employee health plans. This webinar will feature a range of ideas about how your county can better manage employee health care to promote wellness and potentially help lower health care costs.  Learn about counties that have implemented unique benefit design strategies, on-site primary care services and comprehensive health management programs.

Kentucky Justice Reform: Enhancing Public Safety and Improving Performance
Thursday, March 29, 2012
2:00 PM – 3:15 PM  Eastern Time
In 2011 Kentucky passed the Public Safety and Offender Accountability Act, a justice reform law to address growing jail and prison populations. To reduce recidivism, the law strengthens probation and parole and established mechanisms for measuring progress over time. This webinar will provide an examination of Kentucky’s process for implementation of the law, the effects on counties and what role they play in overall reform efforts.

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