The National Hispanic Medical Association is a long-time member of OMO’s Health Data Task Force, and OMO is more than happy to spread the word about their 14th Annual Conference. See below for more details and a link to register.

NHMA 14th Annual Conference

“Health Care Transformation to Improve Prevention and Health Promotion for the Hispanic Community”

Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC

March 25-28, 2010.

Join Hispanic physicians, medical students, nurses, policymakers, and healthcare industry representatives at our annual conference. This year, NHMA celebrates its 14th Conference with partners from the Federal and State governments and the private sector. The conference brings together experts from across the nation to share their experience in eliminating health disparities for Hispanics.

CME accreditation will be provided.
Hispanics have become the largest ethnic group in the United States and there is a great need to understand how to deliver culturally competent health care services to them. Learn from experts from across the country on how to enhance academic programs, community-based research, medical practices, and health policies targeting Hispanics.
For the agenda, click here: NHMA agenda
To register for the conference, click here: Registration

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