Experts Discuss the Changing Healthcare Landscape at Buffalo’s Future Event
A panel of experts discussed Western New York’s changing healthcare landscape, and what it means for business owners, during an event at Medaille College on October 19. Michael Hughes '12, Senior Vice President of Kaleida Health, moderated the discussion, titled Buffalo’s Future: Healthcare 101 — What It Means for WNY. The panel included David W. Anderson, President and CEO, BlueCross BlueShield of WNY; Michael Edbauer, D.O, President and CEO, Catholic Medical Partners; Al Hammonds, CSSBB, Executive Director, Millennium Collaborative Care; and Steven D. Schwaitzberg, M.D., Professor and Chair, the Department of Surgery at the University at Buffalo.
The Buffalo’s Future Series invites community leaders to Medaille for a series of discussions devoted to building the community’s strengths, creating educational and economic opportunities, and investing in the region’s future.
Watch the entirety of Healthcare 101 on Medaille’s YouTube channel.
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