A town hall series brought to you by Community Health Network and Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick Find more information and resources from the town hall series at http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/changes-in-healthcare.asp
August 2011 healthcare town hall on INside Indiana businessFollowing last week’s third “Changes in Health Care” town hall meeting at Marian University, president and CEO Bryan Mills was a guest on “Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick” to discuss current topics in health care. Bryan and other panelists discussed Community’s town hall outreach, changes in healthcare delivery and the future of healthcare education. “Inside Indiana Business” also posted on its website a related commentary by Community’s chief medical officer, Clif Knight, M.D. The topic was Community’s efforts to help fill the pipeline with new doctors. Read article >> August Health Care Town Hall Wednesday, August 24, 7 p.m. Marian University - Marian Hall Theatre (previously the Civic Theatre) 3200 Cold Spring Road, Indianapolis, IN 46222 Building 16 on this map: http://www.marian.edu/DIRECTIONS/Pages/CampusMap.aspx Members of the public attending the event are asked to park at the Lake Sullivan Sports Complex (home of the Major Taylor Velodrome), 3649 Cold Spring Road, to be shuttled to the town hall, due to limited parking. A shuttle will return guests to the complex following the event.
Timeline of events
- 6 to 8:30 p.m. – FREE health screenings provided by Community and Westview medical professionals
- 7 to 8:30 p.m. – Changes in Health Care Town Hall public discussion
Scheduled panel participants
- Gerry Dick, Inside Indiana Business, moderator
- Bryan Mills, president and CEO, Community Health Network
- Dr. Evans, Marian University Dean of College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Jon P. Anderson, president and CEO, Westview Medical Campus
- Robert Hillman, president and general manager, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Indiana
May 2011 health care system town hall on Inside INdiana BusinessCommunity Health Network and Inside INdiana Business, along with Martin University, held the second in a series of town hall meetings focusing on Changes in Health Care. Having trouble seeing the video? Mpeg-4 video download. May Health Care Town Hall Tuesday, May 24, 7 p.m. Martin University Gathertorium 2171 N. Avondale Place, Indianapolis, IN 46218 Map and driving directions FREE health screenings from 6 to 7 p.m. What’s on your mind about health care in America… access? quality? cost? How will new laws and innovations change your health care, why is prevention more important than ever, and what does the future hold for health care careers? Bring your questions to a discussion including providers, insurers, educators and community leaders—and stay for light refreshments. Download flier >> All are welcome, admission is free Please click here to RSVP >>
May 2011 town hall speakersThe panel of speakers, moderated by WTLC radio personality Amos Brown, include:
- Dr. Nicole Barnett, Dean of Business Martin University
- Dr. Virginia Caine, Director Marion County Public Health Department
- Dan Krajnovich, CEO (IN/KY) UnitedHealthcare
- Bryan Mills, President and CEO Community Health Network
March 2011 health care system town hall on Inside INdiana BusinessCommunity Health Network and Inside INdiana Business hosted the first in a series of town hall meetings focusing on Changes in Health Care.
Community Health Network president and CEO Bryan Mills and Anthem's Dr. David Lee discuss America's evolving health care system on Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick. March Health Care Town Hall Tuesday, March 8, 6:30 p.m. Ivy Tech Community College Fairbanks Center for Health Professions, auditorium 9301 E. 59th Street, Lawrence, IN (Fort Benjamin Harrison area) Map/directions >> All are welcome, admission is free Please click here to RSVP Join us for this interactive discussion on America’s evolving health care system—how new laws and innovations will change the way you access health care, how providers will focus more than ever on keeping you healthy, how our community can take a more active role in wellness and prevention, and what these changes mean for future careers in health care. Hear from a panel of experts, including providers, insurers, employers, educators and community leaders—and bring your questions! Learn more about the town hall >>
On the agenda
- What will changing health regulations mean for community health?
- What do these changes mean for individuals and families?
- How will doctors and hospitals work together to improve health care?
- What's changing about your health care coverage?
- Which health care professions will grow in demand?
- Answers to your questions.