Dr. Vivian Ho, professor of medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and professor of health economics at Rice University, is a featured speaker at the annual health leadership luncheon and conference sponsored by the Texas Medical Center Women's Health Network Feb. 28.
Ho, along with other local health care and human services leaders, will discuss various areas of health care in the program "Making Sense Out of Chaos" at the annual leadership event which takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Rio Grande Room at The Methodist Hospital.
Keynoted by Liz Plaster, founder and president of Positive Performance L.P., and wrapped up by Ellen Cohen, candidate for Houston City Council, the conference features a full array of experts, including:
- Ho, who will discuss the economics of healthcare
- Dr. Barbara Bass, chair, Department of Surgery, The Methodist Hospital, who will discuss leadership in healthcare
- Maureen Disbot, vice president for quality operations, The Methodist Health Care System – Quality in Health Care
Cohen will discuss the risks and rewards of leadership.
Individual tickets cost $50 and include lunch. Attendees can earn 3.5 contact hours by attending the entire conference and completing the evaluation tool.
To register for the conference please go to Women's Health Network.
The Texas Medical Center Women's Health Network is a 501C(3) organization of health professionals dedicated to advancing women's health through collaborations in education, research and advocacy.