Virtual Conference: Women Leaders in Healthcare

Join PHI President and CEO Mary A. Pittman for the panel, “Taking a Stand: Address Social Determinants in Healthcare,” at the Women Leaders in Healthcare conference, hosted by Modern Healthcare on July 22-23.

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Women Leaders in Healthcare

July 22 – 23, 2021

Register today for the Women Leaders in Healthcare Virtual Conference, hosted by Modern Healthcare and featuring some of the most notable names in healthcare.

Join PHI President and CEO Mary A. Pittman for the panel, “Taking a Stand: Address Social Determinants in Healthcare.”

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Panel: Taking a Stand: Address Social Determinants in Healthcare

Friday, July 23rd: 1:20 p.m. – 2:05 p.m. CST

In this session, PHI’s Mary A. Pittman and other health care leaders will discuss how they effectively communicate with their community and their employees, as well the role and responsibility of providers in acting on the social determinants of health.

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Earlier this year, PHI President and CEO Mary A. Pittman was recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of 2021’s Top 25 Women Leaders. This prestigious recognition program acknowledges and honors women in leadership roles who are developing policy, leading change and guiding healthcare delivery improvement across the country. 

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