The next meeting of the National Advisory Council (NAC) for the Department of Health Policy and Management is currently being planned. Contact Doreen Hernandez of Sam Friede for details.
Last Updated On Wednesday, October 04, 2017 by Borkowski, Matthew Gerard
Created On Wednesday, October 04, 2017
The Western Pennsylvania Healthcare Summit is a one-day event that will feature keynote speakers from the industry's leading professionals as well as two separate educational tracks, one focusing on the advancements in healthcare administration and financial management and the other highlighting upcoming improvements to healthcare information technology and providing a detailed look into the technology's applications.
The 2017 Anne C. Sonis Memorial Lecture featuring Thomas H. Gallagher, MD, of the University of Washington, Department of Bioethics and Humanities on "Restoring Public Trust in Professional Self-Regulation."
Reception following. For details, call 412-692-4853 or www.crhc.pitt.edu.
Thursday, April 13, Noon, BST South 120
Pursing a career in healthcare administration? Unsure about how to advance your career? Want to share your success story? This is an event for all of you! ACHE of Western PA is hosting an interactive event on "Career Positioning" at the University of Pittsburgh. We invite you all to register!
Please view the American Heart Association fundraiser flyer at this link: Sept2016 AmerHeartAssoc.pptx
There will be an event at the Grist House Craft Brewery in Millvale on October 12th, from 5:00pm-9:00pm which benefits the AHA.
We think it will be a fun time!
If there are any questions please contact Linda Lakdawala at email@example.com
A conversation on the similarities, differences and opportunities for collaboration between traditional public health and population health initiatives in health care settings.
Join the Health Policy and Management Association for an engaging panel discussion on the differences and similarities between traditional public health work and hospital-based population health initiatives spurred by the Affordable Care Act, as well as new opportunities for collaboration between public health and health care entities. The guest panel will include:
The event will consist of about 30-40 minutes of prepared questions for the panelists, followed by open Q&A. If you'd like to submit a question for the prepared section of the panel, please email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 25. Open to all health sciences students across the university. Public Health Grand Rounds credit will be provided!
registration required - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/panel-discussion-population-health-vs-public-health-whats-the-difference-tickets-21690753628
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