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October Newsletter | 10.20.2020

HC3 Members and Partners:


Voting is one of the most important responsibilities we have as U.S. citizens and as Illinoisans.


The 2020 election is quickly approaching on Tuesday, November 3, and it is more important than ever to go to the polls and vote. We need leaders who not only understand the needs of the health care industry but who will also embrace our concerns when it comes time to vote on legislation that promotes healthier communities. The people we elect will make decisions affecting our businesses, our economy, and our future.


Third Horizon Strategies consulting firm, a founding member of HC3 has created a tracker of each presidential candidate’s stance on some key issues that will affect the health care industry.


Read the Report


Here are some resources to understand where, when and how you can vote in Illinois.

I strongly encourage you to exercise your right to choose who will lead us through these challenging times and help us build a healthier and more sustainable future.


Updates on some post-election programming is forthcoming. If you have any questions or would just like to say hello, please feel free to drop me a note at Meghan@HC3.Health.


Stay Well,

Meghan Phillipp

Executive Director

Health Care Council of Chicago

TedX Wrigleyville Humanity in Crisis: Leadership

TedX Wrigleyville's fall programming is focused on opportunities to reimagine better societal systems in healthcare, education, government and more. On October 4, Sinai Health System's CEO, Karen Teitelbaum was a a featured speaker discussing "Community-Based Innovation for Health: Stat." In her talk, Karen presents a vision for our health care system that is more deeply informed by the needs and voices of our most vulnerable communities.

(Watch the Humanity in Crisis: Leadership Webinar Here; Karen's talk begins at 28:45)

Medicaid Transformation Podcast Presented by AVIA and Sponsored by Ziegler

The latest episode of AVIAs Medicaid Transformation Project (MTP) sponsored by Ziegler addresses how it's even more critical than ever that patients have access to the resources they need during the pandemic. In this conversation, David Smith, HC3 Co-Founder and MTP Project Executive, and Penny Wheeler, CEO of Allina Health, talk about how COVID-19 has impacted virtual care solutions, community programs, provider-payer relationships, the new normal, and more. (Listen to the podcast here)

Presenting without Pants On-Demand Webinar, hosted by Jarrard, Inc and Radiology Partners

Who knows when we'll be back to sitting in cavernous ballrooms. Conferences, meetings and symposia have moved online and look to be there for a while. With Fall (virtual) conference season upon us, now is a good time to brush up on the best ways to deliver information while staring into a tiny camera and sharing your screen.


This free, 40-minute session, developed by HC3 MembersRadiology Partners and Jarrard Inc., offers insight into effective virtual presentations for medicine & healthcare from three highly experienced public speakers and communications experts:

  • Tim Calkins: Clinical Professor of Marketing, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

  • Dr. Richard Heller: Associate Chief Medical Officer: Communications and Health Policy, Radiology Partners

  • Molly Cate: Founding Partner and Chief Innovation Officer, Jarrard Inc.

(Watch the Webinar here.)

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