Healthcare Network presents discussion at Vermillion Public Library

Healthcare Network presents discussion at Vermillion Public Library The South Dakota Healthcare Access Network, a group of health and patient advocacy organizations, will lead a discussion at the Vermillion Public Library in the South Dakota Room, April 14th at 4 p.m. in Vermillion, South Dakota regarding what changes are being discussed about our national healthcare system and what kind of changes the Network and its partners think would be beneficial for the residents of South Dakota and the country as a whole. Health reform is on everyone's mind these days, especially our President's. Not only did President Obama hold a White House Forum on health reform on March 5th, but he plans to do five more regional forums around the country. But what does all this talk mean for health care and for you?  Many ideas have come from organizations such as labor, business, consumers, pharmaceutical and physician organizations – in calling for action to reform our health care system. Current topics discussed at this lifelong learning conversation about the current health reform debate include: •Access to high quality, affordable health care  – for everyone, regardless of demographic •Choice of providers and treatments – care decisions with patients and doctors •Prevention keeps people healthy in the first place – this also saves money and lives •High quality health care – research for new cures and treatments that are also safe for consumers The public is invited to the presentation ond April 19 from 4-5 p.m. at the Vermillion Public Library in the South Dakota Room. For more information contact Leslie Wilcox, 605-353-1818 or Lwilcox@PubAffairsCo.com

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