Entries by Mai Ling Slaughter

Save Big Through Business Health Trust’s New Passport Corporate Program

Are you ready to save big as a member of Business Health Trust? To help employers offer even more valuable benefits to their employees, Business Health Trust has launched a new partnership with Passport Corporate. Companies enrolled in any Business Health Trust product now can offer their employees complimentary access to savings at more than Read post

Disaster Preparedness: Critical Documents

An overwhelming amount of disaster preparedness information followed the earthquakes in our region. Most of the resources centered around how much food, water, and supplies to set aside, what to do before, during and after the disaster, and all the safety precautions necessary to survive. One aspect of preparedness that can easily be overlooked, is Read post

Need care? Know where to go — and what it will cost

If you need care but your doctor isn’t available, you have options as a member of Business Health Trust. For those members enrolled in medical with Premera Blue Cross, keep in mind that some options are more expensive than others. The exact cost of your visit depends on your plan and the care you get. Read post

Tips to Snack Smart and More from our Healthy Living E-newsletter

How are you living well this summer? Check out our July e-newsletter, Healthy Living with Business Health Trust, for wellness tips to help you enjoy the outdoors, from smart snacks on the go to virtual care options and tips to protect your skin. It’s easy to subscribe to the monthly e-newsletter chock full of tips to help you live Read post

Event: Mega Toast of Seattle

Take your networking to the next octave at the 7th annual Mega Toast of Seattle, hosted by Seattle Opera. What makes a Mega Toast special? More people, more prizes and more fun! Join over 100 fellow Chamber members and Seattle-area professionals while we connect over breakfast at Seattle Opera’s brand new facility, the Opera Center Read post

Understanding Oral Health Disparities

Although we live in one of the more health conscious states in the United States, at least 144,300 children are affected by tooth decay each year. In Washington state, Hispanic and Alaskan native children have a 50 percent higher rate of tooth decay compared to white children. While the state is working hard to develop Read post

Event: Seattle Chamber’s Business After Hours Board Summer Social

Wild about networking? Join the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce at the Business After Hours Board Summer Social hosted by the Woodland Park Zoo! You can mix and mingle with other local business professionals as well as members of the Chamber’s Board of Trustees, and maybe even meet an animal or two. Date: Thursday, June Read post