Allison Massari to Present at March Learning Collaborative
Prepare to be taken on a journey. With her perceptive view inside the "patient experience", Allison Massari's riveting and insightful keynote illuminates the immense value that healthcare providers have upon a patient who is suffering. This dynamic and poignant program offers real solutions to the struggle of how to keep the patient first despite limited time and other practical constraints.
Allison Massari knows that providers have the power to transform lives. As an advocate for both patient and provider, Massari has an intimate understanding for the demands and challenges of the medical profession, and compelling authority to address the delicate nature of patient-centered care. Please plan on joining us at our March 27, 2020 Learning Collaborative where you will have the opportunity to hear this dynamic speaker with a national reputation. The event will take place at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences; 200 University Parkway, Yakima, WA 98901 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Please contact Diane Halo if you have questions regarding the event.
The mission of the Greater Columbia ACH is to advance the health of our population by decreasing health disparities, improving efficiency of health care delivery, and empowering individuals and communities through collaboration, innovation, and engagement.