(PRWEB) May 16, 2017
The CT Partners for Health (CPH), a group of healthcare organizations focused on improving Connecticut’s healthcare, announced that it is now offering a Speakers Bureau to provide presentations on various healthcare topics to community groups.
Speakers can be arranged for general audiences for meetings, educational sessions, and other community gatherings. As part of CPH’s commitment to engaging people in becoming active and informed partners in managing their health and healthcare, the presentations are offered free of charge.
With speakers drawn from a pool of experts in a variety of fields and years of experience in the industry, CPH features dynamic presentations on topics in the areas of understanding health information, managing your own health, healthcare technology, end of life decision making, health insurance, caregiving, and more. Presentations can be customized, and will be designed to meet the needs of the audience.
“Our group has a rich depth of experience and expertise in many important aspects of healthcare,” said Anne Elwell, Chairperson of the CPH. “We are excited to roll out the Speakers Bureau to share knowledge that will help members of our community with their health challenges.”
CPH, founded in 2010 by Qualidigm, is a membership group of healthcare stakeholders who regularly meet to identify and address healthcare-related issues that present challenges to consumers and healthcare providers in Connecticut. In addition to the Speakers Bureau, CPH hosts the annual Better Health Conference, a successful patient engagement conference in Connecticut. The fourth annual Better Health Conference will be held on June 1, 2017 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Conn.
Visit the CT Partners for Health Speakers Bureau for a full list of topics and to submit an online request for a speaker.
About CT Partners for Health:
CT Partners for Health is a growing membership organization with members and associates from over 30 key healthcare stakeholders, representing healthcare providers and trade associations, consumer organizations, health plans and payers, community-based organizations, academic institutions, government and quasi-government agencies, voluntary health organizations, the regional extension center, and the business community. The group’s vision is that everyone in Connecticut is actively engaged in their health and healthcare. http://www.ctpartnersforhealth.org