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New Lineup of Guest Presenters for San Francisco

July 25, 2017

Estes Park Institute is pleased to announce an outstanding lineup of new guest presenters who will join the Estes Park Institute faculty for our San Francisco conference, October 29–November 1. These fresh voices represent the best in their individual fields and will share their expertise generously in our general sessions, breakouts, and/or workshops.Hear these dynamic speakers in San Francisco:Lynn Barr, MPH, organizer of the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium, addresses the specific challenges facing our rural hospital and critical access hospital participants.Rishi Manchanda, MD, MPH, a physician and public health innovator, presents his important “upstream medicine” message which aims to reinvigorate primary care by teaching doctors to think about—and treat—the social and environmental conditions that often underlie sickness.Stephen Swensen, MD, MMM, FACR, an expert in leadership and professional burnout, shares methods for developing thoughtful leaders who create joy for the colleagues they lead.Robert Wachter, MD, Chair, UCSF Department of Medicine, will share his expertise for moving physicians and technology forward to effectively advance patient care.And returning guests and Washington insiders, Aryana Khalid, MHA, and Jennifer Bell, will debate the most current health care issues from both sides of the aisle.Additional guest presenters are being confirmed. Watch EstesPark.orgfor updates.Hear from and interact with the best minds in health care at the Estes Park Instit Estes Park Institute is pleased to announce an outstanding lineup of new guest presenters who will join the Estes Park Institute faculty for our San Francisco conference, October 29–November 1. These fresh voices represent the best in their individual fields and will share their expertise generously in our general sessions, breakouts, and/or workshops.

Hear these dynamic speakers in San Francisco:

Lynn Barr, MPH, organizer of the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium, addresses the specific challenges facing our rural hospital and critical access hospital participants.

Anna Lembke, MD, author of Drug Dealer, MD: How Doctors Were Duped, Patients Got Hooked and Why It’s So Hard To Stop, Program Director for the Stanford University Addiction Medicine Fellowship, and Chief of the Stanford Addiction Medicine Dual Diagnosis Clinic, will share her insights into the rapidly evolving opioid epidemic that has struck America. 

Rishi Manchanda, MD, MPH, a physician and public health innovator, presents his important “upstream medicine” message which aims to reinvigorate primary care by teaching doctors to think about—and treat—the social and environmental conditions that often underlie sickness.

Stephen Swensen, MD, MMM, FACR, an expert in leadership and professional burnout, shares methods for developing thoughtful leaders who create joy for the colleagues they lead.

Robert Wachter, MD, Chair, UCSF Department of Medicine, will share his expertise for moving physicians and technology forward to effectively advance patient care.

And returning guests and Washington insiders, Aryana Khalid, MHA, and Jennifer Bell, will debate the most current health care issues from both sides of the aisle.

Additional guest presenters are being confirmed. Watch for updates.

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