Reducing Risky Alcohol Use: What Health Care Systems Can Do
- Forum held on April 27, 2016
Join us on Wednesday, April 27th, 2016 at the Omni Parker House for a forum entitled “Reducing Risky Alcohol Use: What Health Care Systems Can Do.”
Risky alcohol use results in significant costs to health care systems, governments, employers, and patients totaling over $249 billion annually. This forum will address strategies that health care systems can use to reduce risky drinking in Massachusetts. We will highlight models that are working around the country and share expertise from Massachusetts policy makers, health insurers and providers.
This work is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors.