Melissa Clarke: Taking Charge of Healthcare
Learn to Take Charge of Your Healthcare -- Stat
It might seem overwhelming, but you only have one body, so knowing how to navigate the healthcare system is vital. With open enrollment in the Washington Health Benefit exchange coming to an end on March 31, many people have questions and concerns about the ongoing healthcare reform, patient advocacy and how to manage health-related decisions. Dr. Melissa Clarke's book Excuse Me, Doctor. I've got WHAT? Taking Ownership of Your Health and Making Healthcare Reform Work for You
encourages responsible healthcare decision-making and encourages you to take control of your healthcare before
someone else has to step in and do it for you. Join her at Town Hall Seattle as she talks about the ins and outs of healthcare reform and patient advocacy. She'll put you on the path to knowing your rights, taking control of your health, and becoming empowered as a healthcare consumer.
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About the Ticket Supplier: Town Hall Seattle
Town Hall is Seattle's community culture center located in the historic First Hill neighborhood, on the edge of downtown. Town Hall showcases the community's cultural energy with diverse music, arts and humanities, civic discourse, and world culture programming. Housed in an historic Roman-revival-style building on the corner of 8th and Seneca, Town Hall opened in March 1999.