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Population Health: Economic Factors in Population Health Program Planning, Evaluation and Implementation

Nov 14 2019 - Noon to 1 p.m.

Economic factors can create a barrier that limits access to health care as well as affects the quality of care people receive.

Join a lunchtime panel discussion about some of the economic obstacles to health care, especially among underserved populations. Health Solutions researchers and leading community health professionals will highlight some of their efforts as well as explore additional solutions to improve the health of all Arizonans.

Panel:
Chad Stecher
Assistant professor, College of Health Solutions
Maurice Lee
Chief medical officer, Virginia G. Piper Medical and Dental Clinic, The Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Wayne Tormala
Chief, Bureau of Chronic Disease and Health Promotions, Arizona Department of Health Services

The event will also be livestreamed to the Tempe campus in Coor Hall 2342 / Observation Room J.

No RSVP required. Lunch will be served at both locations.

ASU’s College of Health Solutions offers its Health Talks speaker series to inspire collaboration and conversation on important topics in health.

Price: 
Free

Location

  • Downtown Phoenix campus
  • Mercado Building C, Room C145