Hot Issues in Health Returns December 9 to Explore Topics Critical to Colorado's Health Care Future
For Immediate Release
Colorado health leaders will gather to explore the issues critical to Colorado’s health care future on December 9 at the Colorado Health Institute’s Hot Issues in Health conference. The event will bring together policymakers — including Gov. Jared Polis — community health advocates, nonprofit organizations, providers, insurers, and other problem-solvers from all corners of the state to share ideas and advance the issues that will drive health policy in 2023.
Media are invited to attend the sold-out conference at the Hilton Denver Inverness. More than 200 health policy leaders will be in attendance as on-the-ground experts explore some of the hottest issues in health policy. The full conference program will be livestreamed along with exclusive online content and activities.
The program will include:
- Remarks from Gov. Jared Polis,
- A panel discussion exploring how communities can mitigate the health effects of climate change,
- A fireside chat on mental health and social justice, featuring Behavioral Health Commissioner Dr. Morgan Medlock and Dr. Lesley Brooks of SummitStone Health Partners,
- An interactive activity that will build connections to advance health care systems integration,
- A preview of the 2023 legislative session with a focus on health issues,
- And much more.
Visit the conference website for the full program agenda. If you are a member of the news media and wish to attend in person, please contact Communications Director Joe Hanel at email@example.com.
Hot Issues in Health is made possible by the support of generous sponsors who are committed to advancing the health of Coloradans. Many thanks to The Colorado Health Foundation; Colorado Hospital Association; Colorado Access; COPIC; SCL Health, now Intermountain Healthcare; and AARP Colorado.