(PRWEB) August 30, 2013
Colorado Rural Health Center (CRHC)— Colorado’s State Office of Rural Health, providing programs and services to rural hospitals and clinics—will host the Twenty Second Annual Rural Health Conference in Colorado Springs, CO on October 17-18, 2013. The conference provides an experience unlike other conferences of its kind. The conference brings together nearly 200 healthcare professionals and decision-makers from across the state to listen, learn, and share skills, ideas, stories, and experiences related to many current rural-specific healthcare concerns and topics.
Significant changes are occurring in the healthcare industry, said CRHC’s CEO, Michelle Mills. “This conference is very timely and we have tailored this year’s agenda accordingly.”
The Annual Colorado Rural Health Conference is supported by event sponsors and exhibitors, which helps defray costs for the event programming and keep registration fees minimal for conference attendees. Limited exhibit space is available and sponsors are still needed for this year’s conference. Companies interested in acquiring a presence at this focused event with rural healthcare decision makers should contact the Colorado Rural Health Center. Exhibit space starts at $650 and sponsorships at $2,500.
About The Colorado Rural Health Center
The Colorado Rural Health Center was established in 1991 as Colorado's State Office of Rural Health. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, CRHC's serves dual roles as the State Office of Rural Health with the mission of assisting rural communities in addressing health care issues; and as the State Rural Health Association, advocating for policy change to ensure that rural Coloradoans have access to comprehensive, affordable health care services of the highest quality. For more information visit http://www.coruralhealth.org, call 303-832-7493, or call toll free 800-851-6782 from rural Colorado.