City and State's annual On Health Care forum

The annual Health Care forum has become one of the biggest health care events across New York State, with previous years hosting the NYC and NYS Health Commissioners, CEOs and Executive Directors of hospitals and health care labor unions, lawmakers, media and advocacy leaders. The 2017 On Health care forum will bring together over 250 healthcare professionals from across the state, including elected officials, public health officials, hospital administrators, investors, healthcare providers, and innovators from both the public and private sectors. If you are in the healthcare or medical industry in New York this is a must-attend event.

Panels Include:

  • Trumpcare: Replacing the Affordable Care Act and its impact on New York
  • Addressing Epidemics and Risk Factors
  • Working Across Sectors to Address Social Determinants of Health

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL AGENDA

Members of the press are invited to attend. Please contact Jenny Wu at jwu@cityandstateny.com for details.

WHEN
April 26, 2017 at 8am - 12pm
WHERE
The Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Pl
New York, NY 10280
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Lissa Blake · · (646) 517-2741
TICKETS
$20.00 USD · Purchase tickets

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  • Shellie Price
    is hosting. 2017-03-28 16:51:02 -0400
  • Shellie Price
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