Wed, Sep 09 | Zoom meeting

City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Healthcare and Policy Expert Panel

Join our panel of healthcare and policy experts as they share perspectives on the growing body of scientific knowledge about the novel coronavirus, its spread in Idaho thus far, impacts on healthcare capacity, advances in prevention and treatment, and recommendations to help curb the spread.
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City Club of Boise Virtual Conversation: Healthcare and Policy Expert Panel

Time & Location

Sep 09, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Zoom meeting

About the Event

In the 6 months since Idaho saw its first coronavirus case in mid-March, Idahoans have experienced upheaval in many aspects of our daily lives.  From the stay-at-home order to closures of schools and businesses, to gradual reopening and then closures yet again as cases surged – we have been on a roller-coaster ride without a clear track before us.  Join our panel of healthcare and policy experts as they share perspectives on the growing body of scientific knowledge about the novel coronavirus, its spread in Idaho thus far, impacts on healthcare capacity, advances in prevention and treatment, and recommendations to help curb the spread of the virus.

Panelists

  1. Patrice Burgess, MD, Regional Chief Medical Informatics Officer for St. Alphonsus Hospital and a member of the Governor's coronavirus testing task force
  2. Christine Hahn, MD, Epidemiologist Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
  3. Ada County Commissioner Diana Lachiondo, Central District Health board member
  4. James P. Souza, MD, chief medical officer for St. Luke's Health System, Idaho Testing Task Force co-chair

Moderator: Corey Surber, City Club of Boise programs committee

This program will be delivered online using the Zoom platform.

Register here: https://cityclubofboise.z2systems.com/np/clients/cityclubofboise/eventRegistration.jsp?event=578&

This program is free, thanks to the support of our generous sponsors. City Club of Boise's Premier Sponsor is Northwest Nazarene University and the NNU College of Business and our Annual sponsor is St. Luke's Health Systems.

We’re happy to offer these free opportunities for people to safely connect and engage during these unprecedented times. Your contribution today, in any amount, will ensure we can continue to create the conversations that bring our community together. Donate here.

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