Health care is an extremely important, ever-changing field. Now, as reform of our health care system becomes a priority, change becomes an understatement, and everyone starts to wonder, “Where do we begin?”
But it’s not just on the national level. What will change mean locally, and how will the Tristate be affected?
David Stern, MD, vice president for health affairs at UC and dean of the College of Medicine, invites you to join in a special health policy forum with taped opening remarks from Governor Ted Strickland on Wednesday, Sept. 9, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Kingsgate Conference Area, 151 Goodman Drive. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m.
The forum, “Exceeding Expectations: Striving for Health Care Improvement Through Regional Collaboration,” is being held by Cincinnati Aligning Forces for Quality and will feature a panel of area health, business and civic leaders who will highlight health care transformation efforts in our region. Thomas Finn, president of global health care at Procter & Gamble, will be moderating.
This is an opportunity to see the ways in which UC and community partners are working together to become leaders in health care by creating a high-performing, efficient system.