Why Attend the 2016 N.C. Rural Assembly? Because It’s Good for Your Health.

September 01, 2016

North Carolina’s fiscal health depends on two things: lowering the cost of healthcare, and figuring out how to provide better healthcare to people who need it. The upcoming 2016 N.C. Rural Assembly addresses both.

Are you a rural North Carolinian who wants to know why good healthcare is hard to come by? A rural business wanting better ways to keep your employees healthy?

You can get answers on September 26th and 27th at the Rural Center’s 2016 conference, the Rural Assembly. (You’ll have to travel to Raleigh to do it...but oh, well. Nothing’s perfect.)

In two days of panels and talks by experts in health, education, and public administration from all across the state, you’ll get to know “the intersection of rural health and economic development” — in other words, the issues that affect your health and your wallet, and, just maybe, how you can help change them for the better.

(In case you need further incentive, they also invited Gov. McCrory...AND Attorney General Cooper. Want to take bets on who shows up?)

Register now for the Rural Assembly on September 26th and 27th.

Want to hear about more news that affects your health? Sign up. We’ll send you legislative updates about healthcare-related bills and news from around the state that impacts your fiscal health.


Comment on This Article   

Post Your Comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.

Related Articles

Bundled Payments May Save Money in Healthcare
Podcast: Representative Wants Opportunities for New Healthcare Plans
Blue Cross and Blue Shield North Carolina to Cut Some Rates, Raise Others

Featured Articles

FACT CHECK: New Terri LeGrand Attack Ad Blatantly False
BREAKING: Medicaid Transformation – and Millions in Taxpayer Savings – Approaches Finish Line
Cost of COVID-19: Telehealth is a life (and cost) saver
Cost of COVID-19: PBMs Advocate for Increased Access to Meds as COVID-19 Rages On
Cost of COVID-19: Blue Cross NC Waives Fees for COVID-19 Treatment
Cost of COVID-19: Steps you can take right now to save on health care costs