2013 Crossroads Conference
WHAT: 2013 Crossroads Conference: Healthcare Transformation in West Texas hosted by the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center F. Marie Hall Institute for Rural and Community Health, the West Texas Area Health Education Center and the West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center.
WHEN: Wednesday and Thursday (June 5-6)
WHERE: Overton Hotel and Conference Center, 2322 Mac Davis Lane
EVENT: West Texas communities are faced with rising demands for health care, limited resources and increasing health inequalities.
The Crossroads Conference will bring together health care professionals and community leaders from across West Texas to network and learn about the Affordable Care Act, health IT workforce, legislative updates, rural mental health, the 1115 waiver and health information exchange.
Area community leaders, hospital administrators, state agency personnel working with rural health care, primary care providers, county extension officers, nonprofit organizations, health care and social service providers, and academic institutions are invited to attend.
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