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Get social with Symposium University 7/25 - 7/27

Get social with Symposium University 7/25 - 7/27

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Join the Colorado Health Foundation online for Symposium University

July 25-27, 2012

Each July, thought leaders from around the country explore the most pressing issues in health and health care at the Colorado Health Symposium.

Symposium University is a unique opportunity for educational programs, organizations and individuals to participate in this top national health policy conference. We invite you to join us online for a free, live video stream of the 2012 Colorado Health Symposium, "Health Equity: Bridging the Divides."

This year's theme challenges presenters and participants alike to examine policies and explore innovations that produce greater affordability, access and choice. If we can be successful in these endeavors, our country can experience enhanced productivity, reduced health care expenditures and the greatest benefit of all — improved lives.

See our confirmed list of speakers. Keynote speakers include:

  • Jeffrey Brenner, MD
    Founder and executive director of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
  • Wes Moore
    Youth advocate, Army combat veteran, national best-selling author

Join us online by viewing a free, live video stream of all plenary and keynote sessions and asking questions via Twitter and Facebook, or commenting on our blog.

Register now at http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3383043775

Ways to Participate

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  Watch Live Streaming Video on Ustream
Visit http://www.ustream.tv/channel/the-2012-colorado-health-symposium July 25-27 to see a live broadcast of Symposium plenary session speakers and the interactive debate. You can add your input and ask questions using chat, and view the social stream to link up with Twitter.

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  Visit the Colorado Health Symposium Blog
Visit http://coloradohealth.typepad.com/health_symposium/. Discovery session summaries and impressions from our Symposium University student bloggers will be posted during the Symposium. Log on to offer your comments about each day’s blog posts. View an archive of 2011 Symposium University scholar posts.


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  Follow us on Twitter @HealthSymposium


Visit http://twitter.com/healthsymposium and use the hashtag #12CHS to follow Symposium tweets and submit questions.

Share the Symposium live with your friends on Facebook
Visit http://www.facebook.com/coloradohealth. The plenary sessions and interactive debate will be also streamed live on Facebook. Join in by submitting comments and questions on our wall.

For information about the 2012 Symposium University, contact Lisa Harris, director of communications, web and new  media for the Colorado Health Foundation at LHarris@coloradohealth.org.

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