May 15, 2013 Health Care Symposium – Dialogue on Diversity

PPR Founder Deborah C. Peel, MD Joins Experts at
Dialogue on Diversity’s Health Care Symposium 2013

The Elusive Concept: Health Care a $15 Tr. Economy Can “Afford”

On May 15, 2013, Dr. Deborah Peel will join other experts in Washington, DC for the Health Care Symposium 2013, “The Elusive Concept: Health Care a $15 Trillion Economy Can “Afford.” During the complimentary lunch, the Honorable Donna M. Christian-Christensen will receive Dialogue on Diversity’s Health Leadership Award, followed by Dr. Deborah Peel’s panel.

Registration is free to the public, and a complimentary breakfast will also be provided. See the full agenda with specific times here.

The day begins with focused discussions on the laws of health care as well as the rising costs, followed by a panel on food and nutrition and the need for preventative strategies. After the lunch panel, experts will discuss cultural competency and class and ethnic access disparities. The day will close with a discussion on the  chief medical threats in the United States, such as Cancer, AIDS, and Obesity.

See more on sessions and speakers in this Press Advisory.

For the past two years, Dialogue on Diversity has worked with PPR as a member of the Coalition for Patient Privacy as well as a Consumer Partner of the Health Privacy Summit.

WHAT:

Health Care Symposium 2013
The Elusive Concept: Health Care a $15 Tr. Economy Can “Afford”
WHEN:
Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 | 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. ET
WHERE:

The American Federation of Teachers
555 New Jersey Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20001