Apr
12
11:15 am11:15

Reducing Health Inequities in Liver Diseases

  • Ritz Carlton

Location:

Plaza Ballroom
Ballroom Level
Ritz Carlton 22nd & M Street

Start Time:

11:15am

Registration:

Onsite


Moderator:

Donna R. Cryer, JD, President & CEO, Global Liver Institute

Panelists:

  • Corinna Dan, RN, MPH Viral Hepatitis Policy Advisor Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • Elena Rios, MD, MSPH, President & CEO, National Hispanic Medical Association
  • Ho Luong Tran, MD, MPH, Executive Director, National Council of Asian & Pacific Islander Physicians
  • Uchenna S. Uchendu, MD Executive Director, Office of Health Equity U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Stanford Medicine X
Sep
23
Sep 27

Stanford Medicine X

  • Palo Alto, CA

Part 3: Health + Community: What does it mean?

September 25, 2015 1:45-2:50PM Plenary Hall

Moderated Panel Discussion | Speaker

Medicine X is a catalyst for new ideas about the future of medicine and health care. The initiative explores how emerging technologieswill advance the practice of medicine, improve health, and empower patients to be active participants in their own care. The “X” is meant to encourage thinking beyond numbers and trends—it represents the infinite possibilities for current and future information technologies to improve health. Under the direction of Dr. Larry Chu, Associate Professor of Anesthesia, Medicine X is a project of the Stanford AIM Lab.

Program Schedule: http://medicinex.stanford.edu/2015-schedule/

World Hepatitis Summit 2015
Sep
2
Sep 4

World Hepatitis Summit 2015

  • Glasgow Scotland

Panel Lead

Worldwide, viral hepatitis kills approximately 1.4 million people a year and more than 400 million people are chronically infected with hepatitis B or C. Yet, there has been a remarkable lack of global action to combat the disease. As global momentum towards tackling hepatitis grows, the World Hepatitis Summit provides a unique platform to strengthen the hepatitis community voice, assist countries in developing national hepatitis action plans and to raise the global profile of viral hepatitis.

Program Schedule: http://www.worldhepatitissummit.com/programme/

ABIM Foundation Forum 2015
Aug
1
Aug 4

ABIM Foundation Forum 2015

  • Park City, Utah

Bringing Culture Into Focus

Speaker

The 2015 ABIM Foundation Forum aims to reach a common understanding of how culture can affect performance in health care and its role in facilitating the patient-physician partnership in routine care, care of patients with multiple chronic conditions and care at the end of life.

Specific Forum goals include:

  • Develop a shared understanding of culture, its importance and how it affects attitudes, behaviors, processes and outcomes of care.
  • Explore how culture influences relationships among patients, families, clinicians and administrators. Investigate what a partnership model looks like and how it contrasts with current culture and practice in:
    • Preventive and acute care
    • Care of patients with multiple chronic conditions
    • Serious illness care
    • Redesign of care processes
  • Explore how community culture, organizational culture and cultural and individual characteristics of patients, families and clinicians affect experience of care, decision-making and outcomes.
  • Examine the experience of organizations and communities that have intentionally changed their culture and improved their performance.
DIA 2015 51st Annual Meeting
Jun
14
Jun 17

DIA 2015 51st Annual Meeting

  • Washington, DC

Patient Fellow

The DIA Annual Meeting, the largest multidisciplinary event that brings together a global network of life sciences professionals to foster innovation that will lead to the development of safe and effective medical products and therapies to patients.

Organ Bioengineering & Banking Roadmap Workshop
May
27
May 28

Organ Bioengineering & Banking Roadmap Workshop

  • Washington, DC

Developing a Roadmap for Solutions to Organ Disease and Injury

The Organ Bioengineering and Banking Roadmap Workshop will develop a critical-path roadmap toward solutions to organ disease and injury, encompassing solid organs and other complex tissues.

This workshop builds upon recent activity toward banking and bioengineering complex tissues, including:
• The interagency meeting hosted at the Department of Health and Human Services with New Organ’s coordination
• The new federal grant programs from the Department of Defense focused on organ and tissue banking R&D
• The first global Organ Banking Summit that further mobilized the scientific community around organ banking
• New Organ’s challenge prize in development to help overcome tissue engineering’s “vascularization limit.”

Reimagine Liver Cancer - Blue Sky Day
May
20
8:00 am08:00

Reimagine Liver Cancer - Blue Sky Day

  • Washington, DC

Hosted by Global Liver Institute

As GLI now looks to define its policy and programming agenda, this event will bring together diverse perspectives including patients, caregivers, researchers, and clinicians to understand and shape the future of liver cancer.

2015 Astellas Patient Advocacy Summit
Apr
7
Apr 8

2015 Astellas Patient Advocacy Summit

  • Washington, DC

Changing Tomorrow: Partnering to Improve Patients' Lives

April 8, 2015 1:00PM

Best Practices in Patient Advocacy | Speaker

Bringing passion and success to:
• Online advocacy
• Fundraising 
• Public Policy

6th XX in Health Retreat
Mar
31
8:00 am08:00

6th XX in Health Retreat

  • Harvard Club of New York

XX in Health is driven by a community of men and women, across the country, dedicated to supporting female leaders in healthcare.

National Health Policy Forum
Mar
13
11:45 am11:45

National Health Policy Forum

  • Reserve Officers Association

The National Health Policy Forum is a nonpartisan research and public policy organization at The George Washington University.

Health 2.0
Sep
21
Sep 24

Health 2.0

  • Santa Clara, CA

Patients as Partners Across the Clinical Spectrum | Speaker