Hillary Clinton to speak at Geisinger

Danville, Montour County, Pa. - Former Secretary of  State and Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton will be the keynote speaker for Geisinger’s upcoming National Healthcare Symposium, From Crisis To Cure: Revitalizing America’s Healthcare System.”

Geisinger President and CEO David T. Feinberg, M.D., MBA said, "“We have invited the greatest minds to participate in a powerful conversation about the future of health in America,” said David T. Feinberg, M.D., MBA, Geisinger president and CEO. “There are plenty of people talking about what’s not working but it’s time to change that narrative. Geisinger’s history of innovation and our commitment to improving the patient experience served as the impetus for hosting this symposium.”

Speakers will include healthcare advisers to former Presidents George H Bush and Barack Obama, as well as Dean Ornish, M.D., physician, author, and Nobel Prize co-recipient, and Howard Dean, M.D., former Vermont governor and former chairman of the Democratic National Committee who ran for the party’s presidential nomination in 2004 

“We look forward to the discussions, the challenges, and the questions the symposium speakers will undoubtedly raise,” said Dr. Feinberg.  “We realize we can’t sit back and wait for healthcare to change. It’s our responsibility and it starts by disrupting healthcare from the inside out.” 


 


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