Siegal College of Judaic Studies -26500 Shaker Boulevard, Beachwood -
A unique, two-day symposium addressing questions and concerns about health care. The symposium will discuss various issues we face today, including:
Who is entitled to health care, according to Jewish and non-Jewish traditions?
What can we do to ensure the most vulnerable populations are served?
How involved should the government and community be in medical and financial decisions?
Moderated by Ronald A. Brauner, PhD, Faculty Advisor, Siegal College
Sunday, May 23, 2010 from 6:30 – 9:30 pmFeaturing:
Fred Rothstein MD, President of University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Keynote: “Health Reform: What will it take for a healthier America?”
Rabbi Steven Denker, Temple Emanu El, “Choosing Life: Health Care as a Jewish Value”
Sharona Hoffman, CWRU Professor of Law & Bioethics, Co-Director, Law-Medicine Center, “Health Care & the Law”
Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: A Good First Step”
Monday, May 24, 2010 from 8:45 am – 12:15 pmFeaturing:
Joseph White PhD, Professor and Chair of Political Science, CWRU, “The Obama Compromise Compared to the International Standard”
Arthur Lavin MD, Advanced Pediatrics, “A Jewish Doctor’s Perspective on Health Care in America”
Diane Korman, MSN, CHPN, NCJW/Montefiore Hospice, “The Role of Palliative Care and Hospice Services”
Karil Bialostosky, Executive Director, MedWorks, “MedWorks Health Clinics for the Uninsured and Underinsured”
Sally Ollerton, LSW, Alzheimer’s Association, Cleveland Chapter, “An interview with Harold Scott, A Caregiver’s Perspective”
Aaron Marinelli, Principal at Chapman & Chapman, “Health Care Reform – How will this new Legislation Affect Consumers and the Insurance Industry?”
Open to the Community
CEU’s for social workers and nurses are available Fees: $36 for full Symposium, $20 for one day
To register or for more information, contact 216.464.4050 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org