Health care is a fundamental human right


Session curated and sponsored by Quartz

Moderator: Christina Ott
Panelist: Carola Gaines
Panelist: Brenda González
Panelist: Ken Loving
Panelist: Beth Zeidler Schreiter

Location: Play Circle, Memorial Union

Quartz believes everyone deserves equitable access to health care. During our session, health care and community leaders will discuss reducing barriers to care and improving health outcomes for all. As leaders in health care, we know collaboration will help us face today’s challenges and lay the groundwork for a healthier tomorrow.

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