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Nov
1
Fri
Research Fast Pitch @ The California Endowment
Nov 1 @ 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

The 2019 Research Fast Pitch Competition

Now in our fourth year, the Research Fast Pitch is a “Shark Tank” meets Healthcare Research event, where individuals and teams pitch their unique ideas for impacting safety-net health care to a panel of Grant Officers and Health Care Experts in front of an audience that represents hundreds of peers from a diverse mix of safety-net focused organizations. Selected teams compete for seed grants and prizes, receive expert coaching and attend exclusive workshops, and receive feedback from our panel of expert judges.

The 2019 Fast Pitch provides an opportunity for researchers to present novel ideas to a number of funding organizations and receive rapid feedback. Our format is five-minute presentations to our panel of expert judges, followed by a brief question and answer session and scoring.  Audience members will see how funding agencies and experts review and question proposed ideas. Finally, we don’t want to discount the importance of providing a space for presenters, judges and audience members to network and collaborate.

Here is the event flyer: Research Fast Pitch

Breakfast and lunch will be provided and on-site parking is available on a first come, fist serve basis.

Contact us with additional questions – and please share broadly:

Laura Sklaroff | Lsklaroff@dhs.lacounty.gov

Vipra Bhakri| vbhakri@ccalac.org

This event is co-sponsored by the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, The Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County, and the Los Angeles County Practice Based Research Network. Thank you to our PBRN members for their dedication to improving health in the safety-net.

 

Dec
9
Mon
Emergency Management Symposium @ The Center at Cathedral Plaza
Dec 9 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

The Emergency Management Symposium is an opportunity for health center senior executives and the staff responsible for Emergency Preparedness activities at their facilities to come together, learn and discuss their facilities Emergency Preparedness activities. This one day event will be a chance for attendees to increase their knowledge in the area of community health center emergency preparedness and how this ties into the new CMS Emergency Preparedness Final Rule.

Audience: Emergency Management Coordinators, Facilities Personnel and Clinic Leadership

Participants will:

  • Receive an overview of the CMS Emergency Preparedness Final Rule
  • Learn about how senior executives can support their facility regarding this CMS Final Rule
  • Learn the major roles and responsibilities of senior executives during an emergency at their facility
  • And other topics to follow

Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Parking will be validated.

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Exhibitor Information

Interested in showcasing your agency? Please read the EM Symposium Prospectus and apply to be an exhibitor below.

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Apr
3
Fri
2020 Annual Health Care Symposium @ HIlton Anaheim
Apr 3 @ 7:30 am – 4:45 pm

The Annual Health Care Symposium is a one-day event featuring breakout sessions highlighting best practices in health care delivery. The theme of this year’s Symposium is “A 20/20 Vision: Resilient Systems for Empowered Communities.” It is through this theme that we hope to empower and inspire participants with the skills, knowledge and resources to continue to build and strengthen health care delivery in their communities.

Now Accepting Session Proposals

We are currently looking for sessions including, but not limited to, the following topics*:

  • Clinical Services– Transgender Health Delivery, Provider Burnout, Care Team Management, Quantifying and Investing in Quality Improvement, Managing to Leading for Entry to Mid-level Professionals
  • Social Determinants of Health (SDoH)– Food Insecurity, Housing, Risk Stratification, Poverty, Stigma
  • Behavioral Health– Trauma Informed Care, Joy in Work, Provider Burnout, Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Stigma
  • Operations– Enhancing Company Culture, Team Building, Managing and Leading Teams, Workforce
  • Finance and Technology– Value Based Care and Reimbursement, EMR Workflows and “Click Burden,” Interoperability, Compliance, Data Validation, Data Analytics and Visualization
  • Social Determinants of Health (SDoH)– Food Insecurity, Housing, Risk Stratification, Poverty, Stigma
  • Behavioral Health– Trauma Informed Care, Joy in Work, Provider Burnout, Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Stigma
  • Operations– Enhancing Company Culture, Team Building, Managing and Leading Teams, Workforce
  • Finance and Technology– Value Based Care and Reimbursement, EMR Workflows and “Click Burden,” Interoperability, Compliance, Data Validation, Data Analytics and Visualization
  • Policy and Advocacy– Public Charge, Immigration, Homelessness, 340B, Civic Engagement

*Quality Improvement – Submissions from any category can include utilization of Quality Improvement methodologies and best practices.

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