Sep 10, 2019
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Unity Spokane (29th and Bernard on the South Hill)
2900 S. Bernard Spokane WA 99203
United States of America
Chapter Information
Amber McKenzie
509-869-4361
Chapter President Bio
Amber McKenzie grew up in the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area, and is the owner/publisher of Natural Awakenings Inland Northwest. Amber graduated from Eastern Washington University with a degree in Communications/Public Relations and a minor in Journalism, and later attended Gonzaga for her MA in Communications and Leadership Studies. She spent 20 years in the field of international education, recruitment, marketing and international services until 2016 when her mom became terminally ill and passed away. This difficult life event forced her to re-envision everything, including career and life goals. She found Natural Awakenings through her sister, Shannon, who publishes the magazine in Charlotte, North Carolina. The positive, mindful and health-conscious messages and theme of the magazine inspired her to bring it to the Inland Northwest. Amber believes there is strength in numbers, and is excited to further connect and engage our holistic community through the amazing HCC!
Upcoming Meeting
Demystifying Health Insurance for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Providers
Speaker
Sep 10, 2019 | 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Presenter: Morgana Samora

Price: HCC members - Free Non-members - $5.00

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Location: Unity Spokane (29th and Bernard on the South Hill)
2900 S. Bernard
Spokane WA 99203
United States of America

Parking Info: Plenty of Parking
The Spokane Chapter of the Holistic Chamber of Commerce (HCC) will hold its June meeting on Tuesday, September 10 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The meeting topic is Demystifying Health Insurance for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Providers and will be led by HCC member Morgana Samora, owner of Advantage Dx. 
Advantage Dx is a consulting company run by Samora that works closely with CAM providers and health insurance companies across the nation. Samora is dedicated to teaming up with providers to streamline their administrative processes, software, insurance and customer billing logistics to achieve long-term success. 
 
A graduate of Stanford Law School, Morgana is also a legal consult for the National Center for Integrative Health (NCIH) and has written the CAM scope of practice for Blue Shield, Blue Cross and Cigna health insurance companies. “I strongly believe that every person on the planet should have access to complementary and alternative medicine, and that insurance should cover it,” emphasizes Samora. “I look forward to sharing more information about this important topic at our next HCC meeting!

Save The Date: Tuesday, September 10 at Unity Spokane 2900 S. Bernard, Spokane South Hill