ANNAPOLIS, Md., March 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following event was announced today by We Work for Health of Maryland:
WHAT: We Work for Health of Maryland is a coalition of leaders in research, medicine, public health, academia, education, labor and business that will discuss the impact of the bioscience community on Maryland and highlight factors important to the survival and growth of medical innovation in Maryland.
President Obama has called for a new effort to cure cancer and fight other major illnesses in our lifetime. Addressing this call to action, We Work for Health will highlight through research, roundtable discussions and other forums the importance of regional medical innovation to the state's economy and the fight to cure cancer and other illnesses. Participants in We Work for Health will discuss the specific challenges facing American medical innovators today, including policies to promote innovations that will improve the health of Americans and the economy.
Advisory Board members:
Partial list of partner organizations:
Arthritis Foundation, Maryland Chapter
Baltimore Medical System
Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore
Greater Baltimore Committee
Greater Baltimore Tech Council
Greater Washington Board of Trade
Maryland Chamber of Commerce
Maryland Hospital Association
Maryland Optometrists Association
Mid-Atlantic Association of Community Health Centers
Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce
Tech Council of Maryland
University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute
WHEN: March 19, 2009
WHERE: Calvert House, State Circle, Annapolis, MD
The United States -- and Maryland, in particular -- has been a worldwide leader in medical innovation and scientific discovery. Medical innovation is a critical element of our state's and nation's economy. Maryland medical innovators create thousands of high-paying jobs, and their discoveries are integral in the fight to cure cancer and other illnesses. We Work for Health believes that Maryland could innovate its way out of the economic crisis by adopting public policies that advance medical innovation and progress.
Contact: Dan Ronayne, (202) 870-4902 Josh White, (410) 269-5066
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