Better Upstream Health, Better Downstream Care - 5:52
with Ewa Matuszeweski, CEO of MedNetOne Health Solutions
Posted Mar 26, 2018
Ewa Matuszeweski, CEO of MedNetOne Health Solutions (MedNetOne), a health care management organization offering infrastructure, clinical and technology services to more than 800 private practice physicians and other independent care providers, announced that MedNetOne will join with Oakland University’s School of Health Sciences to present a first of its kind symposium in Michigan focused on the social determinants of health. EntitledBetter Upstream Health, Better Downstream Care,the April 18 event is part of the Oakland University School of Health Sciences 2018 Healthology Symposium series,“where science, practice, and social interests meet” and which provides a culminating focus for faculty, students and community partners to celebrate impactful research and scholarship that affect health outcomes.
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Community Artistic Excellence

In 1947, Grosse Pointe Theatre’s founder, the late Russel Werneken, had a vision to create a community theater that would offer quality theatrical productions to the community. He went door to door in hopes of securing funds to achieve his goal and secure a permanent home for the theater group’s productions that would foster excitement and a love for the performing arts. Werneken was just 22 years old and a drama teacher at the time he established Grosse Pointe Theatre as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community theater. His passion to bring the highest standard of theater to audiences while also serving as a dynamic community force for artistic excellence through large stage productions, workshops and educational opportunities is a legacy that continues today.
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