The "New" Healthcare Team:
Trends and Implications for the Allied Health Workforce
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Increasingly high-quality medical care requires team healthcare professionals to meet patients' needs. Yet healthcare facilities are facing increasing pressure to both improve patient care outcomes and reduce costs. One key to solving this dilemma may be the use of big data.

Join the Competitive Workforce Alliance Allied Health Regional Skills Partnership on Thursday April 23 as Dr. Christopher Blanchette, Associate Dean for Research & Public Engagement, and Director of the Data Science Initiative at UNC-Charlotte, explores how interdisciplinary teams are being used to interpret big data to improve patient outcomes. This is significant information that will be of interest to the healthcare and education fields. Meeting participants will also have the opportunity to interact and discuss the impact and implications of Dr. Blanchette's presentation.

What: Quarterly Meeting of the Competitive Workforce Alliance Allied Health Regional Skills Partnership

Where: UNC-Charlotte, Cone Center, Room 208

When: Thursday April 23, 2015

Time: 11:00 AM Networking / 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Meeting

Non-member lunch fees of $15 can be paid by checks made payable to: Centralina Council of Government

Please invite a friend or colleague to join you.

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