As part of our ongoing Gr8 Health initiative, we are partnering with the Indiana Minority Health Coalition and their annual statewide and community luncheon.
This year, the focus will be women and women's health and News 8's Julian Grace will host and emcee the event. Friday, April 19th from 11:00 a.m.---1:30 at the Downtown Indianapolis Marriott.
Please let me know if you would like to attend.
Hope you can join us!
ABOUT THE EVENT
• This annual event is Indiana's largest activity held in observance of National Minority Health Month focusing on chronic disease, health disparities and affordable/accessible health care.
• The MIHAL attendance (approx. 300-500) includes representation many of the state's largest health care and insurance providers, state agencies as well as legislators and policy makers. There is also representation from IMHC's 25 minority health coalitions from around the state.
• This year's luncheon will focus on women's health care issues (Infant Mortality, Diabetes, Breast Cancer, HIV) and the affordable care act and will feature a panel comprised of congressional and national experts.
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