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Community Conversation to Explore Health Reform in Non Partisan Environment

Interested in learning more about current health reform proposals in a non partisan environment?

Join us at Hamline University's Community Conversation on Health Reform on Wednesday, October 7 at 4:30 p.m. at the Klas Center, Kay Fredricks Room. Our program features experts from a variety of health care perspectives: physician, health plan, quality improvement, consumer, and hospital. The first part of our program features an update on the current proposals before Congress. We then move to a panel discussion of questions from the audience. Question, learn, and form your own opinion about the best approach to reform our health care system.

Panelists:

Kent Bottles, M.D., President, Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement

Dannette Coleman, Public Policy and Government Relations, Medica

Hubert H. Humphrey III, AARP Board of Directors

Jan Malcolm, Chief Executive Officer, Courage Center

Lawrence J. Massa, President and CEO, Minnesota Hospital Association

Moderator:

Lucinda Jesson, Associate Professor, Hamline University School of Law and Director, Hamline Health Law Institute

Please let us know you're coming by contacting Cheri Harthaus at charthaus01@hamline.edu or by calling 651-523-2610 or 651-523-2519