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INVITATION: Beyond Healthcare: Strategies for Improving Health and Lowering Costs
The Williamsburg Health Foundation together with The College of William & Mary’s Jefferson Program in Public Policy and Schroeder Center for Health Policy Invite You to Attend:
Beyond Healthcare: Strategies for Improving Health and Lowering Costs
Director of the Virginia Commonwealth University
Center on Human Needs and Professor of Family Medicine and Population Health
March 20, 2014
4:00 – 5:00 PM
Holly Room, The William & Mary School of Education
301 Monticello Avenue, Williamsburg, VA
Dr. Woolf’s research demonstrates that addressing poverty, education, and the causes of racial and ethnic disparities will improve the health of Americans far more than medical technological advances. Dr. Woolf brings this message to policymakers and to the public through testimony in Congress, editorials in major newspapers, web-based tools, and speeches.
Dr. Woolf served as senior and science advisor to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. Dr. Woolf edited the first two editions of the Guide to Clinical Preventive Services and is author of the Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in Clinical Practice textbook. He was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies in 2001.
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Dianne L. Reynolds-Cane, MD is Director of the Virginia Department of Health Professions, a state agency which licenses and regulates more than 350,000 healthcare practitioners and is immediate past Medical Director of the Daily Planet Health Care for the Homeless Medical Clinic, a federally qualified health center in Richmond, Virginia.
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