The Discovery and Practice Summit: Connections for Community Health and Economic Vitality
Selected teams from counties across North Carolina came together in October to discuss connections between public health and economic vitality. The Summit highlighted strategies that support healthy food access and build environments that support healthy living.
The NC Rural Health Leadership Alliance (NCRHLA) Reception
In October 2016, The NCRHLA held a reception following the 2016 North Carolina Institute of Medicine’s (NCIOM) Annual Meeting. to celebrate progress in carrying forward the North Carolina Rural Health Action Plan.
18th Annual Conference of the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association
In October 2016, the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association, in conjunction with the Foundation’s Center of Excellence for Integrated Care, hosted its 18th annual conference in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Exploring Teledentistry as a Vehicle for Addressing Oral Health Access Issues- Raleigh, NC
In October 2016, the NC Oral Health Collaborative held an educational program that emphasized the need for new and innovative methods of delivering health care, especially in the area of oral health. Dr. Paul Gassman provided attendees with an overview of the Virtual Dental Home model as a potential solution to this problem. Other panelists followed by sharing their diverse experiences in the use of telehealth and the challenges of implementing teledentistry in NC.
The 11th Annual Jim Bernstein Health Leadership Dinner
Each year, the Foundation brings together over 300 health care professionals from all over the state to celebrate the legacy of Jim Bernstein and the work being done to advance community health in North Carolina.
Mark your calendar for the 12th Annual Bernstein Dinner on October 5, 2017!
NC Oral Health Summit- Cary, NC
In September 2016, over 90 people gathered in Cary to discuss oral health disparities, access issues, and opportunities for improvement. In a room full of academics, providers, practitioners and community advocates, it quickly became clear that in terms of oral health, North Carolina has come a long way, but they still have far to go. The purpose of the 2016 NC Oral Health Summit was to figure out how to do that work together.