MAY 21-22, 2018 at THE PRIME OSBORN CONVENTION CENTER
Join healthcare providers and community leaders as we dive into Northeast Florida's most concerning health issues and work toward unified solutions.
The purpose of the Future of Healthcare Conference is to discuss the top health issues adversely affecting the Northeast Florida community. The 2018 Conference will specifically focus on physical fitness/obesity, HIV, the opioid epidemic, health literacy, mental health wellness, and violent crimes with guns.
Attendees will include local and state healthcare professionals, area physician groups, health and wellness directors of local universities, leaders of nonprofit organizations, city and state political leaders, large area business leaders, and others who are interested in and can affect change in the local health environment.
Early Bird, thru 2/16/18:
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Tentative 2018 Agenda:
MONDAY, MAY 21st:
6:00 pm Reception / Judged Poster Session / Exhibit Hall
7:00 pm Dinner / Welcome / Keynote Speakers
TUESDAY, MAY 22nd:
8:00 am Breakfast / Registration / Exhibit Hall
9:00 am Inaugural Welcome
9:20 am Food Deserts Coalition Update
9:35 am Panel Discussion: Opioid Epidemic
10:30 am Break / Exhibit Hall Open
12:00 pm Networking Lunch
1:00 pm “Mental Health Wellness” presented by Mental
Health America of Northeast Florida
1:20 pm “Obesity/Physical Fitness” presented by Exercise
is Medicine Advisory Board
1:40 pm “Health Literacy” presented by Northwestern
2:00 pm Panel Discussion: Violent Crimes With Guns
3:00 pm Break / Exhibit Hall Open
4:00 pm Recommendation Outcomes for Community
ACCREDITATION: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of St. Vincent's HealthCare and the Duval County Medical Society Foundation. St. Vincent's HealthCare is accredited by the Florida Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Judged Poster Session: Plan Now for Your 2018 Poster Submissions!
Submissions for posters for our scheduled Poster Session will be available soon. We are pleased to have the maximum of 30 posters to be submitted. Our 2018 Conference will host a judged poster session on Monday, May 21, 2018, from 6-7pm. Cash prizes and a certificate will be awarded to the top three (3) winners.
The Conference Poster Session aims to allow physicians to showcase their abstracts and poster presentations on a local level in the Northeast Florida medical community. Begin your plans and stay tuned!
Future of Healthcare Conference Leadership Committee:
Sunil Joshi, MD, Chair & DCMSF President Gianrico Farrugia, MD, Mayo Clinic Ruple Galani, MD, DCMS President H. Frank Gilberstadt, MD, St. Vincents Timothy Groover, MD, Baptist William Palmer, MD, Mayo Clinic David Rice, MD, Baptist Kenneth Rothfield, MD, St. Vincents Todd Sack, MD, Ex-Officio & DCMSF IPP Kelli Wells, MD, Florida Dpt of Health Floyd Willis, MD, Mayo Clinic
Future of Healthcare Conference Advisory Council:
George Babish, YMCA
Pamela Chally, UNF Jill Chandor, Mayo Clinic
Daniel Davis, Jax Chamber Linda Edwards, MD, UF Health Jacksonville Maria Hane, MOSH
Deanna McDonald, HPCNEF Audrey Moran, Baptist
Rick Mullaney, Jacksonville University Michael Munz, President, Dalton Agency Marsha Oliver, City of Jacksonville Jim O’Loughlin, Memorial Vince Robinson, City of Jacksonville Susan Salashor, Mayo Clinic Ashley Smith Juarez, Clinton Health Initiative Christine Sapienza, PhD, Dean Health Science, JU
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