The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute announces its next Newsmaker Breakfast, a monthly event highlighting important issues impacting Utahns.
While COVID-19 largely dominated conversations over the past two years, it doesn’t mean that other health care issues ceased to exist. But what are the key health care issues facing Utah’s populations today? Have the issues changed? What are the health needs of different communities across our state? And—as Utah’s demographic profile continues to change—what do we need to be thinking about now in order to address the future health care needs of our state?
Join Utah’s health care leaders as they discuss the critical health issues facing Utahns today, what’s being done to address them, and how best to prepare for our state’s future health care needs as our population continues to change and grow.
- Nate Checketts, Deputy Director Utah Department of Health and Human Services
- RyLee Curtis, Director of Community Engagement, University of Utah Health
- Mikelle Moore, Senior Vice President, Chief Community Health Officer, Intermountain Healthcare
The conversation will be moderated by Gardner Institute Senior Health Care Analyst Laura Summers. Media are invited to attend and ask questions.
Please register via ZOOM