Annual Meeting 2013

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Annual Meeting 2013

 

Welcome to the ASTHO Annual Meeting page. Here you'll find the information you need to take part in this year's event happening Wednesday, September 18, to Friday, September 20, 2013, at the Marriott Renaissance SeaWorld in Orlando, Florida.

If you are a leader in public health or healthcare, as CDC Director Tom Frieden says, you won't want to miss this event! We welcome state and territorial health officials; department heads and other leaders at state and local health agencies; individuals from federal health agencies, academic institutions, and healthcare facilities; private sector health industry executives; and leaders from ASTHO affiliates and other public health organizations into a conversation to address strategic public health and leadership issues.

 

 


Important Dates

 

Event Highlights

Early Bird Registration Deadline - Aug. 12
Housing Deadline - Aug. 26
Regular Registration Deadline - Sept. 12

 

The Future of the U.S. Health System
- David Blumenthal, President, The Commonwealth Fund
CDC Strategies and Perspectives to Address Population Health 
- Thomas Frieden, Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Re-Integration of Public Health and Healthcare
Medicaid and Public Health: Improving Partnerships
Workplace Wellness, the Role of Public Health


 

Follow the Annual Meeting on Twitter and tweet using hashtag #ASTHO13

 

Platinum Sponsors

Esri

About this Sponsor: By adding a geographic component to data and analysis, Esri software promotes exploring, analyzing, and visualizing massive amounts of information according to spatial relationships. Since most health and human service problems facing the world today exist in a location-based context, geography can play a major role in helping health professionals understand health dynamics and the spread of disease. Health surveillance systems are used to gather, integrate, and analyze health data; interpret disease transmission and spread; and monitor the capabilities of health systems. GIS is the enabling technology to spatially relate much of this information, making it a very powerful tool for identifying, tracking, and responding to disease patterns and health services needs.

Silver Sponsors
 Microsoft  TSI
Additional Sponsors
 Network for Public Health Law