Davie, FL – November 18, 2015: Betty M. Charles, an associate with the Florida Health Law Center presented important information at the recent conference of the National Alliance for the Advancement of Haitian Professionals (NAAHP). Held at the Kovens Conference Center at Florida International University, Charles addressed the group, and provided a comprehensive look at “An Integrated Health Care Delivery System for Haiti.” The NAAHP is a relatively new organization, founded in 2011 which embraces a diverse group of industry experts, youth leaders, faculty, public and nonprofit professional from Haiti and its global diaspora.
“Betty’s presentation added an important perspective to building a sustainable health system for Haiti, and it was a great benefit to our audience,” said Marjorie Brennan, MD, advisory Chair of NAAHP and Conference Planning Co-Chair.
Charles is an experienced healthcare and commercial law attorney. She owned her own firm, where she counseled physicians on all legal and regulatory aspects involved with the establishment and merger of medical practices. She also drafted and negotiated contracts and employment agreements and represented clients in state and federal courts. Her in-house experience includes work at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, New Jersey, Heritage Health and Housing in New York and three years as general counsel at Medical Care for Women, LLC in Miami. She continues her dedication to client service at Florida Health Law Center.
She earned her JD from Boston College Law School, and her Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
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