Costa Mesa, CA – March 6, 2015 – The Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County, The Coalition of Orange County Community Health Centers and the Council of Community Clinics in San Diego, Imperial and Riverside Counties will be convening more than 400 health care professionals at the 2015 Annual Health Care Symposium in Costa Mesa, Cali., today.
This year’s conference theme is Integrating Systems, Transforming Care, Changing Lives and will feature breakout sessions throughout the day ranging in topics from improving cross systems collaborations, using data for quality improvement, conflict resolution, federal pharmaceutical program auditing, and much more. The Annual Health Care Symposium provides a forum to network and share valuable knowledge about the provision of quality health care. Each year presenters and attendees gather for a full day of sessions focused on challenges and innovations experienced by service providers and patients today. The conference offers educational opportunities for service providers, community clinic staff, community and state leaders, and other health care stakeholders. This years conference will also feature keynote speaker Melissa Stafford Jones, Regional Director for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Region IX.
The 14th Annual Symposium will be held at the Hilton Costa Mesa/Orange County in Costa Mesa, Cali. The agenda is available at ccalac.org/events/symposium.
About the Southern California Consortia
The Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County, The Coalition of Orange County Community Health Centers, and Council of Community Clinics in San Diego, Imperial and Riverside Counties are 501(c)(3) organizations representing community clinics and health centers in Southern California. They represent a combined total of 85 member clinics, which operate over 290 sites throughout the Southern California region, spanning from Lancaster to San Ysidro on the US/ Mexico border. These clinics provide vital health care services to more than 1.75 million underserved patients per year.