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Community Health Summit


What is a Community Health Summit?
This Community Health Summit is an opportunity for physicians, medical professionals, community organizations, and those who make an impact on health and well-being in Kansas to come together for a half-day summit.  Participants will have an opportunity to network with existing and potential community partners, and will dive deeper into the framework of collaborative work.  Humana will provide an overview of a Clinical Town Hall event you can take back to further foster collaborative work within your own community.  Ultimately, the goal is to strengthen each attendee’s skillset of collaborative work.  

When/Where is this half-day summit?
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 | 11:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Wichita State University, Hughes Metropolitan Complex
5015 E 29th Street North, Wichita, KS  67220

Who can participate?
Everyone who influences health in their community!  
Physicians; other health care providers and medical professionals; health-related community organizations, advocates and coalitions; CDRR and 1422 grantees; pharmacy professionals.

Please invite your community partners to attend this event!

Is there a cost to attend?
The registration fee to attend this Community Health Summit is $15.  This will cover all materials provided at the half-day summit and lunch.

Can I earn CME by attending?
The Medical Society of Sedgwick County is accredited by the Kansas Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians.  
The Medical Society of Sedgwick County designates this live activity for a maximum of 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Who is presenting this Summit?
Kansas Academy of Family Physicians has collaborated with Health ICT, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, and Humana to organize this Community Health Summit.  CME is sponsored by the Medical Society of Sedgwick County.

Did you know?
Organizers conveniently scheduled this Community Health Summit to convene the day before the Chronic Disease Alliance of Kansas meeting and at the same location.  To learn more about the CDAK meeting please visit KSChronicDieseas.org or contact Erin Fletcher at erin.fletcher@ks.gov.

Still have more questions?
Contact Michelle Corkins at the Kansas Academy of Family Physicians to learn more!
mcorkins@kafponline.org or 316-721-9005.