Harvard Forum Event: Health Care
March 8, 2019
UBS Hall Basement (follow the signs)
4800 N Scottsdale Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Limited seating-reservations required!
The event will feature a review of the following health care topics:
- Jim Hammon: The Phoenix and Statewide market-share contest/struggle (Banner vs Dignity Health, Abrazo, and all comers) and a discussion of the 1970s “certificate of need approach” to controlling construction of competing physical facilities. (30 minutes)
- Justin Bayless and Ted Williams: The field of Behavioral Health and our State’s very limited services and facilities will be reviewed. (30 minutes)
- Javier Favela: The current use of Telemedecine and the opportunities which it presents to improve our rural health facilities will be explained. (15 minutes)
If you would like to understand the terrain that you and your family will navigate regarding healthcare during the next several years, you will want to hear this presentation.
Registration Required. Please click here to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/harvard-forum-event-health-care-tickets-52918532756
Presentations to begin at 7:00PM.
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