More details will be updated as information becomes available. Please check back often. BRI Leadership Conference 2019 will be held immediately following FMMA Annual Conference. Scholarships are available to BRI student members after completion of this form.
Innovations in Healthcare Delivery: All are welcome to join us for a FREE lunch lecture with Dr. Beth Haynes, medical director of Benjamin Rush Institute. The need for affordable, high quality medical care in the US is an ongoing discussion. There are some exciting models that are achieving these goals, both in the US […]
Innovations in Healthcare Delivery: All are welcome to join us for a FREE lunch lecture with Dr. Beth Haynes, medical director of Benjamin Rush Institute. This talk is co-hosted by the SUNY Downstate student chapter of the American Medical Association and the Downstate Medical Entrepreneurship Club. The need for affordable, high quality medical care in the […]
A lecture on medical insurance by Beth Haynes, MD:
Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University BRI Chapter is pleased to host a lecture presentation with Dr. Beth Haynes. We will discuss what is & isn’t insurance and why we will never control healthcare costs until this is understood. Pizza and sandwiches will be served. Please RSVP so we can be sure to have enough food for everyone. Enter through IPEC Morningstar entrance & follow signs for Rhoades Auditorium (turn right at main hallway). West Pod is immediately past the main entrance to Rhoades Auditorium.
Healthcare Policy and the Patient-Provider Relationship
Join the Chicago Medical School BRI chapter for a lunch lecture with David A. Ansell, MD, MPH. Dr. Ansell draws upon his considerable experience in urban healthcare to illustrate the ways in which US health policy affects the relationship healthcare providers have with their patients. His talk will hopefully open the eyes of future healthcare providers to the problems facing our health system today, and provide them a base from which they can find their own voice in addressing those issues as their careers progress.