The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will host its inaugural CMS Health Equity Conference on June 7-8th, 2023. The free conference will be held at Howard University’s Armour J. Blackburn University Center in Washington, D.C. for in-person participation as well as streamed virtually for online participation. The conference will convene leaders in health equity from federal agencies, health provider organizations, academia, community-based organizations, and others, both in person and virtually. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to hear from CMS’s leadership on recent developments and updates on CMS programs; up-to-date research on health equity; discuss promising practices and innovate solutions and collaborate on community engagement efforts.
Based on the CMS Framework for Health Equity 2022-2032, conference attendees will share research, ideas, and initiatives that are measurably reducing disparities in CMS programs and increasing equity for all.
Academics, researchers, community organizations, and others are encouraged to submit presentation proposals beginning on February 27th, 2023. Projects must be piloting or researching health equity solutions that align with the CMS Framework for Health Equity 2022-2032 priority areas. Key research findings and projects will be highlighted at the conference.
Information and guidelines for submitting proposals can be found on the conference website. We will also be hosting a webinar on submitting proposals on March 16th from 12-1pm EDT. Register for the webinar here.
The California Telehealth Resource Center (CTRC) works with partners to expand and improve telehealth. Our team of experts engages with communities, shares stories and learnings, and partners with organizations to explore new approaches in the industry. CTRC’s Annual CA Telehealth Summit is our biggest opportunity for telehealth education and networking.
- Offer unbiased education to help California providers and patients get the most from telehealth.
- Connect California providers and community organizations with invaluable telehealth resources.
- Provide opportunities to lean about emerging developments in telehealth technology and policy.
- Provide participants with opportunities for networking and building connections via virtual discussion spaces.
Interested in Presenting?
Submit an abstract by March 5, 2023 for a chance to present! Submitters are encouraged to purpose presentations that align with this year’s theme. Areas of interest include telehealth innovations, emerging systems or technologies, relevant policy updates, and operational best practices.
If you’re interested in learning more about the event and events schedule, click here: 2023 CA Telehealth Summit – California Telehealth Resource Center (caltrc.org)
Register here: CA Telehealth Summit 2023: The Future is Now Registration (whova.com)
Early Bird tickets are only $75!
The research findings from this study are being presented via a live webinar on June 15 from 12-1:30 pm. Space is limited, and we would like to invite you to have the first chance to register at: Breastfeeding Disparities Qualitative Research Study (constantcontact.com).
Free continuing education credits are available.
If you are unable to attend the live webinar, the recording will be posted for on-demand viewing at our website: 2021 Breastfeeding Disparities Qualitative Research Study | University at Albany
A document highlighting the key recommendations from this study. This document may be shared internally with your colleagues as well as externally with any of your contractors and community partners.
We look forward to your participation in the webinar!
Registration link: Meeting Registration – Zoom or https://bit.ly/RenewalFeedbackLoop
Haga clic en el enlace para registrar: Meeting Registration – Zoom o https://bit.ly/RenewalFeedbackLoop
IABLE’s 5th annual hybrid Clinical Breastfeeding Medicine Conference will be held in Portland, Oregon at the McMennamins Kennedy School Conference Center.
Our conference, as always, will be interactive with group learning in person and webinar on clinical breastfeeding medicine topics. The first day will be journal club, which was wildly successful at our 2022 conference. The second day will include ‘challenges in clinical breastfeeding medicine’ such as contraception counseling, low milk production, lactation among people with HIV, establishing a breastfeeding medicine practice, lactation among transgendered individuals, and more. Everyone will have the opportunity to participate! This conference is designed for anyone who is seeking social time with their breastfeeding medicine colleagues while gaining clinical skills via active learning.