Healthcare Issues Update

Date: March 21, 2017
Time: 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Location:  Show map
St. Francis Cancer Center
104 Innovation Drive
Greenville, SC 29607
Contact: Katie Busbee
Phone: 864-239-3748

Hear from Rozalynn Goodwin, Vice President for Engagement for the South Carolina Hospital Association, as she discusses the new federal healthcare bill filed last week by House Republicans, the changes it proposes to the current Affordable Care Act, and its implications here in South Carolina. She will also discuss other proposed changes to healthcare under the Trump Administration.

Please note that the St. Francis Cancer Center will host this meeting in their conference room.

HEALTHCARE ISSUES COMMITTEE
The Healthcare Issues Committee meets the 4th Thursday of each month beginning at 8:30 am. in the Greenville Chamber board room. This committee is open to any Chamber Investor who serves the public in a healthcare role, or any Chamber Investor who is interested in healthcare issues. This committee provides a forum for issues related to healthcare in the greater Greenville area with a vision to create an environment that fosters and promotes the delivery of world class healthcare for the greater Greenville community. Topics for the committee range from healthcare technology, policy issues, insurance, and clinical topics.

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