Healthcare and Human Services
Buffalo Niagara’s healthcare and human services sector drives regional employment, development, and growth. Most importantly, it provides a wide range of critical care and services to the community on a daily basis. Labor challenges, growing regulations, and increased costs will dominate the healthcare landscape in 2023, and beyond. Strategic partnerships and advocacy efforts as essential as the industry navigates uncertainty.
Join BNP as we bring leaders together to collaborate, strategize and chart the future of healthcare and human services in our region.
Participating Member Organizations
- Aspire of WNY
- Bank On Buffalo
- BestSelf Behavioral Health, Inc.
- Buffalo Black Billion
- Catholic Health System
- Erie County Medical Center Corporation
- Excelsior Orthopaedics
- Harris Beach PLLC
- Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Western New York
- Hodgson Russ LLP
- Horizon Health Services
- Independent Health
- LaBella Associates, D.P.C.
- Maxim Healthcare Staffing
- New View Alliance
- Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
- Say Yes Buffalo
- Spectrum Health & Human Services
- Univera Healthcare
Join or Become a Sponsor
The Industry Leaders Forum is reserved for members of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership, and attracts a wide-audience of business leaders in WNY. Strengthen your brand by attending this series or by sponsoring this series.
Contact Liz Benkovich, VP of Member Engagement & Development | firstname.lastname@example.org
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