THE LEGISLATIVE WORKSHOP YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS:

Solutions to get and keep health care professionals in Alaska

Alaska is not competitive with other states and will face a public health crisis without legislative intervention. Come learn what will give Alaska the edge and ensure that Alaskans have the health providers they need in communities throughout our state.

Monday, February 15, 2010
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Conference Room
~Brunch Will Be Served~
Legislators, Staff & Advocates Invited

AGENDA:

10:00 a.m. Meet & Greet/Brunch Buffet
10:30 a.m. Legislative Workshop Program
12:00 p.m. Break
12:15 p.m. Advocacy Workshop Program
01:30 p.m. Adjourn
PRESENTERS:
Shelley Hughes, Alaska Primary Care Association; Robert Sewell and Alice Rarig, Health Planning & Systems Development; Sheila Soule, University of Alaska;
Evangeline Dotomain, Alaska Native Health Board; Pat Luby, AARP-Alaska;
Jeff Logan, for Alaska Primary Care Association
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THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority; Alaska State Hospital & Nursing Home Association; Alaska Primary Care Association; Alaska Pharmacists Association; Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium;
The following organizations support the loan repayment and incentive solution in SB 139 Incentives for Certain Medical Providers:

Alaska State Medical Association, Alaska Dental Society, Alaska Osteopathic Medical Association, Alaska Primary Care Association, Alaska State Hospital and Nursing Home Association, Commonwealth North, Alaska Native Health Board, AARP-Alaska, Advisory Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Alaska Behavioral Health Association, Alaska Mental Health Board, Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, Alaska State Dental Hygienists’ Association, Alaska Pharmacists Association, Alaska Physical Therapy Association, Alaska Public Health Association, Iliuliuk Family and Health Services, Inc., Maniilaq Association, Mary Willard, DDS, Clinical Site Director, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Municipality of Anchorage Senior Citizen Advisory Board, Nome Eskimo Community, SEARHC, School of Social Work-UA, Dental Hygiene Program-UA, Sunshine Community Health Center

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