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Vail Valley: Shaping the Future looks at health care

Vail Daily staff report
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Vail, CO Colorado

VAIL VALLEY – The second session of the Shaping the Future of the Eagle Valley series will take a look at the current and future health care landscape in Colorado’s Vail Valley. The class will be held today from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the new lecture hall at Battle Mountain High School in Edwards.

“This will not be a rehash of the on-going national health care debate,” said Don Cohen, executive director of The Economic Council of Eagle County. “Thursday’s class will be refreshingly different. Our two panelists are going to offer an insightful and behind-the-scenes look at both the current community health care system in Eagle County and future opportunities to expand and grow services.”

Panelist Suzanne Hoffman-LeBlanc has a background as an engineer, attorney and entrepreneur. As an attorney, she developed an integrated insurance product for the aerospace and aviation industry. She and her husband live in Eagle County and she is the CEO of Vita Prospera Enterprises LLC.



Panelist Jill E. Kovacevich is a non-practicing attorney in Avon. She practiced law in Eagle County for 10 years and since 2001 has been the medical administrator at Doctors On Call, PC in Avon. She has been an advocate for health-care reform and the creation of primary care nonprofits.

This year’s edition of Shaping the Future is a partnership between the Vail Symposium and Economic Council of Eagle County. The series is now in its seventh year. Topics this year include the economy, medical tourism, transportation and environment. The



For more info and reservations: Vail Symposium, 970-476-0954 or http://www.vailsymposium.org

What: Shaping the Future: The Business Side of Health Care in our Communities

Where: Battle Mountain High School lecture hall, Edwards



When: 6 p.m.. to 8 p.m., today

Cost: $25 a class, $125 for all six classes

More information: 970-476-0954, http://www.vailsymposium.org


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