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The Business of Healthcare

Today was your Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon, presented by Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, and this month, we hosted a panel of leaders in Wyoming’s medical community. Tim Thornell, President and CEO of CRMC, was the moderator of this healthcare panel. Our distinguished panel included Sheila Bush, Executive Director of the Wyoming Medical Society, Eric Boley, President of the Wyoming Hospital Association and Dr. Mark Howshar with Cheyenne Radiology Group.


WY We Care: The esteemed professionals that spoke on our panel gave those in attendance excellent insights into the state of our healthcare system at a national, state, and regional level. The theme of our discussion today was centered around the topic of increasing healthcare costs, and panelists spoke about drivers of these costs, specific financial pain points that healthcare providers are experiencing, and actions that we can take locally to help alleviate these struggles. Thank you to all of our sponsors, our incredible panelists, and everyone who attended the luncheon today.


Get Involved: At the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, we want to give our business members opportunities to connect with professionals across all industries and facilitate conversations about burdens to our community. Another important conversation to have in our community is the state of our economy in the past, present, and future. Join us next month on October 13 for our Economic Forecast Brunch to take part. Only with everyone working together can we make Cheyenne a better place to live, work, and do business.

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