Held on April 6-7, 2016.
At a time when healthcare has grown to a $3.8 trillion per year industry, in many ways medicine is broken. Racial discrimination plagues many healthcare systems; healthcare reform has emphasized access and paying for healthcare, but has done little to improve the experiences of physicians and patients; many doctors, nurses, and administrators find their spiritual and moral lives are separated from their daily practice.
April 6-7 heathlcare practitioners from across Colorado joined us for “Reimagining Medicine,” a conference addressing major issues in healthcare today from the perspective of Christian faith. The conference highlights some of the nation’s most respected voices on medicine, theology and culture.
The gathering included plenary lectures, breakout sessions and panel discussion on topics ranging from nursing to healthcare reform to the connection between faith & medicine.