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Palliative Care should be the best care possible; why we shouldn't settle for less.

Caring Well Through the End of Life - The Good, The Bad, and The (seriously) Ugly

Ira Byock, MD, Founder & Chief Medical Officer, Institute for Human Caring of Providence Health and Services

For all its sophistication, America’s healthcare system is damaging our economy, bankrupting families, and dulling our competitive edge. Nowhere is the ROI lower than in care for people who are incurably ill. Bright alternatives demonstrate that MUCH better care is both feasible and affordable. Drawing on more than 35 years of practice and quality improvement, Dr. Byock is a leading palliative care physician and author. He can help us reimagine systems that routinely deliver state-of-art diagnosis and treatments that attend to people’s values and priorities, their comfort and feelings – as well as their family’s well-being.The best care is possible – and we should settle for no less. Register today!

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

11:30 am Registration and Networking
12:00 pm Lunch Served*
12:30 pm Luncheon Address with Audience Q&A
  1:30 pm Adjourn

555 South Flower Street, 51st Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071

$8 Underground valet parking with 3-hour validation

Business casual is acceptable. No jeans or tennis shoes.

Town Hall Los Angeles members: $55 Individual, $550 Table of Ten
Members, please be sure to login to receive member rates. Please call 213.628.8141 with questions.

Government Employee Discount**: $65 Individual
**Valid when attendees register with their government work email addresses

Public: $75 Individual, $750 Table of Ten

*Meals cannot be guaranteed after 20 minutes of service. Please keep in mind that the deadline for refunds is 3 business days in advance.

April 4th, 2017 11:30 AM   through   1:30 PM
555 S. Flower St. 51st Floor
Los Angeles, CA, 90071
United States
Ticket Type
Member Ticket $ 55.00
Nonmember Ticket $ 75.00

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