All are cordially invited to join us for a lunch lecture with Keith Fontenot, Nonresident Fellow – Economic Studies, The Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at the Brookings Institution. Mr. Fontenot will be at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences to discuss the future of healthcare reform. Mr. Fontenot has unparalleled insight into the development of the Affordable Care Act in the Obama Administration given his previous role as associate director for Health at the Office of Management and Budget. He will speak to future directions of healthcare policy through an economic lens, considering the possible outcomes with the election of either candidate. Refreshments will be served.
All are welcome to attend BRI-UCSD chapter’s lecture on healthcare policy by someone who has been intimately involved in this area. Refreshments will be served.
California Assembly member Brian Maienschein, representing Assembly District 77 of northern San Diego County, will be speaking to the legislative process as it relates to healthcare policy and the role that med students can play. He will also touch on what he has seen during his time as Vice Chair of the Assembly Health Committee and how it has shaped his viewpoint as to what “good” healthcare policy looks like—and why more isn’t necessarily better.
To read more about Asm. Maienschein, please click here.
All students, faculty, and practicing physicians are welcome to attend our inaugural 2016-17 BRI-OSUMC event on cash based medical practices. We welcome Jules Madrigal-Dersch, MD and BRI board member, to speak about her cash based Med-Peds practice in rural Texas. Having this event early in the year may be important in giving our new M1’s a refreshing, new perspective on the broad range of Primary Care practices and encouraging future physicians to look into Family Medicine as a enjoyable career option.
We encourage practicing physicians and other healthcare professionals to attend to get information on how to scale a cash based medical practice model like Dr. Madrigal’s to an urban setting.
Refreshments will be served.
All are welcome to attend the Marian University-BRI chapter’s inaugural call out meeting for 2016-2017! We will discuss what the Benjamin Rush Institute is, events that are in the works for this year, and have elections for Vice President and Treasurer.
BRI’s Purpose: Fully unleash the power of medicine to maximize human health and well-being.
We look forward to seeing you there!