Leaders are realizing that to meet the needs of their communities, they must consider the impact of social risk factors and broaden wellness and prevention. How do leaders begin to shift the dialogue? Where can they strike first to have the greatest impact? What is the role of providers in comparison to lawmakers, employers and social services, and how do they work in tandem? These questions and more will be explored at MHA Breakthrough.
The session “Healthcare in the Heartland: Transforming Rural Healthcare” features members of a Tennessee coalition charged with creating transformation plans to support rural hospitals. These speakers will share ways they are aligning resources and developing holistic solutions to rural healthcare.
One of the most valued aspects of Breakthrough is the networking. Breakthrough is an invitation for participants to listen, get feedback and access wisdom from people they wouldn’t ordinarily meet
Breakthrough will be held at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa near Traverse City Feb. 27 and 28. Registration is currently available, and sponsorship is being accepted (see related article). To learn more about Breakthrough, contact Erin Steward at the MHA. Questions about registration should be directed to Erica Leyko at the MHA.