Monday, August 21, 2017
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The Army Navy Club
901 17th St NW | Washington, DC | 20006
Jacket and Tie required
Surgeons, medical professionals and healthcare providers have an urgent call to action in an effort to reduce the number of deaths due to traumatic injury both at home and on the front lines of the battlefields around the world. At this meeting, 100+ subject matter experts from leading corporations and senior government officials in the federal health and medical services will convene to address concerns around this issue and discuss strategies to reduce the number of preventable deaths due to trauma. Outcomes of this meeting will help inform leaders and decision makers at the federal level, military departments and leading health care professionals.
Special Guest Speakers
Patrick & Jessica Downes, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivors
Featured in Mark Wahlberg’s film, Patriots Day
- Dr. Jeff Bailey, Col USAF, Trauma Surgeon, USUHS
- Patrick V. Bailey, MD, MLS, FACS, FAAP, Medical Director, Advocacy Division of Advocacy and Health Policy American College of Surgeons
- Col Guy Kiyokawa (Ret), Deputy Director at Defense Health Agency
- Dr. David Marcozzi, Associate Professor and the Director of Population Health, University of Maryland School Medicine, Colonel in the US Army Reserves, assigned to US Army Special Operations
The conference proceedings will be published in the AMSUS Journal, Military Medicine, and Health21 (the new AMSUS Magazine).