[gis_info] 2017 GIS In Action Conference Keynoter - Former Governor John Kitzhaber

Keith Massie keith.oregon at gmail.com
Mon Mar 20 07:54:45 PDT 2017

*April 17th & 18th, 2017*

*Early Registration is NOW OPEN!*  Click *HERE
<https://gis.mozakdesignvip.com/>*to register.

*We are proud to announce that former Governor John Kitzhaber will keynote
the 2017 GIS In Action Conference! *

*John A. Kitzhaber, M.D.*

South Eugene High School, 1965; B.S. Dartmouth College, 1969; M.D.
University of Oregon Medical School, 1973.

Emergency Physician, 1974-1988; Oregon State Representative, 1979-1981;
Oregon State Senator, 1981-1993; Senate President, 1985-1993; Governor of
Oregon, 1995-2003, 2011-2015; President Estes Park Institute 2003-2010;
Endowed Chair in Health Policy, The Foundation for Medical Excellence
2003-2010; Founder, The Archimedes Movement (now We Can Do Better); Health
Policy Consultant, 2016-

As Senate President, he authored the groundbreaking Oregon Health Plan.
Hundreds of thousands of low and moderate-income Oregon families and their
children still have access to health care because of this work. During his
third term as governor John was the chief architect of Oregon’s Coordinated
Care Organizations, the first effort in the country created on a statewide
basis to meet the Triple Aim—better health, better quality, lower
cost­—with a focus on community and population health.

In 2013 *Modern Healthcare Magazine* ranked John #2 on list of the “100
Most Influential People in Health Care*;”* and #1 on the list of the “50
Most Influential Physician Executives. In 2013, *Governing Magazine* named
John “Public Official of the Year.”


*Preliminary Conference Program


*Register <https://gis.mozakdesignvip.com/> now for the upcoming GIS in
Action conference April 17 & 18, 2017 held at Portland State University. *
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