Washington, DC - Who: The National Hispanic Medical Association [NHMA] will host its 21st Annual Conference: Trabajando Juntos - Integrated Healthcare for Hispanics in the Mid-Atlantic region.
The NHMA is inviting Hispanics and healthcare professionals from around the nation to attend this premier US Latino healthcare conference offering workshops and sessions with leading health experts on topics including:
• How health care innovations are influencing health care reform’s access to care, quality and population health strategies.
• Review how patient-engaged and health services research that focuses on knowledge and policy strategies shows promise of eliminating health disparities.
• Explain new treatment modalities and strategies to educate Hispanic patients with diabetes, cancer, obesity, cardiovascular disease, depression, sarcopenia, Alzheimer’s disease, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis-C, and aging in order to decrease morbidity and mortality in their medical practices or in their organization.
• Identify cultural competence, literacy, and language services programs for medical education and health care delivery.
• How leadership skills can be used to improve the health of Hispanic patients in public health, health care organizations and corporations.
To encourage healthcare professional attend this important conference, there will be a 50% discount until April 28th. The 50% discount passcode is (DMV-2017). To register, go to www.NHMA.org.
To kick-off the conference, the NHMA will host a free health clinic to be held at Mary’s Center in Washington, D.C. where free vision and dental screenings will be offered. NHMA wants to remind everyone that taking preventive measure can prevent more serious health problems.
WHERE: Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, 201 Waterfront St, National Harbor, MD 20745.
WHEN: May 4-7, 2017
WHY: Established in 1994 in Washington, D.C., the National Hispanic Medical Association is a non-profit association representing the interests of 50,000 licensed Hispanic physicians in the United States. The NHMA is also the leading voice to help improve the health of Hispanic populations. The NHMA also empowers Hispanic physicians to lead efforts to improve the health of Hispanic and other underserved populations in collaboration with Hispanic State medical societies, residents, and medical students, and other public and private sector partners.