CalOHII Stakeholder Summit
Sacramento Convention Center
About the Summit
This year, the California Office of Health Information Integrity (CalOHII) is hosting an event focusing on ways in which healthcare is “getting personal,” thanks to data and technology, and the impact these changes will have on helping Californians achieve better care, lower costs, and better health – Triple Aim.
The objectives of the fifth summit in the Transforming Healthcare series are to:
- Reinforce the necessity of engaging patients and putting them at the center of health care;
- Educate/inform California stakeholders, in their roles as patients, patient advocates, and/or care providers, about how they can benefit from healthcare data and technology; and
- Build enthusiasm and momentum for the innovations that are being developed as a result of new technologies and patient data being available.
Presenters include national, state, and local healthcare leaders and innovators, as well as people on the front lines who will share their challenges and progress.
What Attendees Will Gain
Stakeholders will come away from the day with a better understanding about the impact personalized medicine is having on the future of healthcare. They will have an opportunity to network with colleagues and healthcare leaders, exchange ideas, and learn about innovations that are improving care and costs.
The Summit typically attracts more than 350 participants from a broad range of healthcare stakeholders from all over the state, including those working in consumer advocacy organizations, provider and payor organizations, academic institutions, health care and health IT related associations, state and local government, legislative offices, public health, EHR and HIE vendors, technology innovators, rural health clinics, telehealth, accountable care organizations, patient medical homes, community and enterprise HIOs, and behavioral health providers.