Many Faces of Community Health is a 2-day conference that examines the ongoing impact of health reforms on safety net providers and showcases ways we can improve care and advance health equity for underserved populations.
Our 2015 theme is "Community Centered Care and the People We Serve." Millions of people are becoming newly insured under the Affordable Care Act. But having an insurance card does not guarantee culturally appropriate care or access to supportive services. Many Faces will look at how health centers and other safety net providers will continue to work under health reform to meet the needs of underserved people. We will examine new community care innovations and health care delivery models that promote health equity, prevent and manage chronic diseases, and assure access for the people we serve.
The Many Faces Conference brings together physicians, health care professionals and students; community clinic management and staff; professionals from public health, social services, health plans and government; community health workers; policy makers; health activists and others involved in the community.
Over 95% of the more than 300 people who attend Many Faces each year have expressed satisfaction with comments like these:
"High energy, informative-good blend of health affairs/policy and clinical sessions."
"Concrete examples from real people doing the work. Great networking!"
"This was a great conference and I am excited how it has inspired my own professional growth."
Book your group rate for Many Faces of Community Health Conference
Minneapolis Marriott Southwest
5801 Opus Parkway, Minnetonka, MN 55343
$149/night plus tax
Cut-off date for the conference rate is October 1, 2015
For reservations call: 952-935-5500 or Toll Free: 1-888-887-1681
General Fax: 1-952-352-0255
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