Friday, November 18, 2016

CEHHS Attends 2016 Crain's Health Care Leadership Summit

Troy, MI - On November 17, 2016, the University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Education, Health, and Human Services (CEHHS) participated in the 2016 Crain's Health Care Leadership Summit held at the Detroit Marriott in Troy.  More than 400 leaders from multi-sectors, such as health care, public and community health, policy and law, among others, gathered at the Summit to discuss changes in health and health care both nationally and regionally. This year summit focused on the era of the consumer and health care.

The presence from CEHHS was hosted by Jonathan Larson, Lindsey Tarrant, and Jennifer Teller. They engaged attendees and presented the work of the Center for Disparity and Equity Solutions (CDSE) and CEHHS, highlighting partnership opportunities with health and health care industry and policy makers.
Lindsey Tarrant and Jennifer Teller talking to attendees

Summit attendees showed high interest in the work of CDSE and CEHHS including partnerships in customized professional development and leadership training, as well as paraprofessional training partnerships such as Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT).

The Crain's Summit included speakers who addressed changes in the health care landscape, the engagement of millennials in health care discussions, and specific trends in Detroit-Area health and health care.  The College of Education, Health, and Human Services is excited to partner with these leaders to address health in our region.

Attendees showed great interest on Professional Development and
Leadership Training partnership opportunities

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