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What is the science behind the way health care services are delivered to patients? Are there ways to increase efficiency and affordability? Join the Tulsa Regional Chamber for a health care forum featuring four panelists who hold master’s degrees in the emerging field of health care delivery science.
Wednesday, Sept. 18
8 – 9:30 a.m.
Tulsa Regional Chamber
Panelists include Monica Basu, senior program officer for George Kaiser Family Foundation; Jeffrey Alderman, Clinical Associate Professor at OU School of Community Medicine; Tom Adelson, former Oklahoma Secretary of Health; and David Adelson, associate vice president of campus planning, development and innovation at the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa and associate professor at the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine.
Health Care Forums are free for members but require an RSVP.
When & Where
Tulsa Regional Chamber
The Tulsa Regional Chamber hosts a variety of forums to share information on a variety of subjects that affect economic development. Many forums are free and most are held at the Tulsa Chamber offices. Subjects include education, HR, health care, small business and more. Not all event RSVPs are tracked using Eventbrite; for a full list of Chamber events click here.
Education is the key to ensuring a strong workforce which is why the Tulsa Regional Chamber is dedicated to continually improving education for our students.
Each year we host a minimum of six free education forums on varying subjects. Subjects from the 2014-2015 year included:
Education Funding: Impact on Education
Partners In Education Ignite!: Education Initiatives in our City
- TPS Safety & Security Bond Package
For more information about the education programs at the Tulsa Regional Chamber contact education manager, Kuma Browne, at email@example.com or 918.560.0218.
*Partners In Education is a partnership program between Tulsa Public Schools and the Tulsa Regional Chamber. Hundreds of Tulsa companies and organizations partner with TPS sites to offer valuable benefits to Tulsa students. Partnerships can benefit from volunteers in the classroom (reading buddies, testing monitors and lunch buddies) as well as donations such as uniforms, school supplies, snacks and financial donations.