St. Paul, Minn.—Sen. Tony Lourey (DFL-Kerrick) will be joined by health care leaders in St. Paul on Wednesday October 18 at 2 p.m. to discuss the long-term needs and necessary reforms for health care in Minnesota.
This discussion is the final stop of Lourey’s statewide Health Care Round Table tour, which kicked off Monday September 26. By the end, the tour will have visited with regional experts in 10 cities: Duluth, Ely, Bemidji, Fergus Falls, St. Cloud, Marshall, Blue Earth, Mankato, Rochester, and St. Paul. Each visit has featured Sen. Tony Lourey and regional health care leaders in a free-form discussion of their views and experiences of the health care in Minnesota.
Lourey is the former chair of the Health and Human Services Finance Committee in the Minnesota Senate. He currently serves as Ranking Member of the Health and Human Services Policy and Finance Committee in the Minnesota Senate.
The press and public are welcome to attend this event.
St. Paul Roundtable
2:00 p.m. Wednesday October 18
Minnesota Senate Building 2412
95 University Ave. W
Participants: Sen. Tony Lourey,
Allina Health Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Ben Bache-Wiig,
State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) Principal Investigator Dr. Lynn Blewett,
People’s Center Health Services Sahra Noor,
Hennepin County Deputy County Administrator for Health and Human Services Jennifer DeCubellis,
North Memorial Health and Collaborative Care Director of Population Management Jason Rusinak,
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics CEO Bob Bonar, Jr., and
others to be announced