Indiana Primary Health Care Association Keynote Speakers
Annual Conference Goes Virtual with Public Health Heavy Weights
INDIANAPOLIS October 5, 2020 —Indiana Primary Health Care Association (IPHCA) announces today the list of keynote speakers for their upcoming Annual Conference. This year, the conference will be a virtual experience running Oct. 12 – 16, 2020, from 1-3 pm Eastern.
“Our conference is normally held during the second quarter of the year. Due to all the issues surrounding COVID-19, we pushed it back to October,” said CEO Ben Harvey. “We are very excited about all the speakers and breakout sessions we’re planning. Plus, the technology we’re using is going to make this a great experience for all of our attendees.”
Beginning on Monday, Oct. 12, 2020, the keynote speakers will be:
Dr. Virginia Caine, Director Marion County Health Department
Health Disparities and COVID;
Eric Holcomb, Governor of Indiana
State of the State during COVID;
Steve Long, President & CEO Hancock Health
The Future of Healthcare in a COVID World;
Troy Jester, President Vantage Point Consulting
Health Centers Response to COVID;
Reverend James King, Chair-Elect Indiana Health Centers
Why We Matter!.
For more information regarding this conference, visit indianapca.org/events.
IPHCA is the voice of CHCs that provide primary and preventive health care to nearly 600,000 patients in rural and urban communities across Indiana. IPHCA advocates to advance health policy in state and national government. IPHCA offers operational support and training to health centers to enhance integrated care, including primary care, oral health, and behavioral health. IPHCA’s goal is to get ALL people in Indiana the proper health care they need.
For more information, please visit www.indianapca.org.
Contact: Mary Westerbeck, Executive Assistant
Indiana Primary Health Care Association