Registration: June 15th, 2022
Sponsorship Opportunities: Ongoing
The last two years have challenged us like never before as the COVID pandemic swept through communities and institutions across the world. Frontline healthcare workers bore disproportionate burden and loss in both their professional and personal realms and BIPOC frontline workers faced even greater challenges. 2022 is a time to rebuild. It is a time to acknowledge and declare, “We see you”. Let’s lean in together and celebrate our strength and resilience. We will gather stories, data, and models of integrated care that promoted flourishing while we also make space for the ongoing pain and loss that must be acknowledged.
Because we believe in fostering resilience through community we are co-sponsored this year by two northwestern regional networks* with demonstrated workforce development success. The conference aims to feature examples at the local, regional and national levels that demonstrate the progress that has been made in building and strengthening the integrated care workforce in both rural and urban centers across the country.
* Idaho Integrated Behavioral Health Network & The Interprofessional Primary Care Institute are proud co-sponsors of our 2022 conference
2022 Conference PromoCFHA CEO, Neftali Serrano, explains why you should join CFHA in Boise, ID for this year's annual conference.
2021 Conference Promo VideoCFHA CEO, Neftali Serrano, gives a rundown of the 2021 CFHA Conference co-hosted by SharedCare.
Learn more and register here: https://www.integratedcareconference.com/
Our American Dilemma: Placing an Equity Lens on the Struggle for Diversity and Inclusion2020 CFHA Conference Plenary
Our American Dilemma: Placing an Equity Lens on the Struggle for Diversity and Inclusion
Presentation by Dr. Will Ross (MD, MPH)
With the backdrop of the protests over police brutality against minorities in 2020, and in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic which unveiled marked health disparities, physician Will Ross will talk about the ongoing struggle to achieve inclusivity and diversity in healthcare and its relationship to the goal of health equity for all. Dr. Ross argues that as public health leaders have declared the epidemic of gun violence in America a public health threat, they must similarly call out the root cause of police brutality towards people of color and the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the African American, Latino, and Native American populations. Embracing racism as a public health crisis requires affirming racism as a structural determinant of health and developing a strategic plan to unravel and excise it from the fabric of our community.
Our Community at the Intersection of COVID-19 & Black Lives Matter2020 CFHA Conference Plenary
Our Community at the Intersection of COVID-19 & Black Lives Matter: Reflections on 2020 & Where We Go Next
This visually inspired panel session will begin with reflections from each panelist, using pictures and data, to reflect on where we have been as a community of champions of integrated care. The five panelists from within the CFHA community will provide their reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protest movement and will challenge each other and the CFHA community to rise to the challenges of the moment in a sustained fashion. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on their own experiences and engage the panelists in answering the hard questions of where we go from here. A key focus of the panel will be identifying key action steps across the continuum of the systems of healthcare delivery and policymaking (eg. CLAS standards implementation, revisioning quality metrics, Telehealth maintenance plans etc.).
New Comer's OrientationNew Comer's Orientation at the Vision 2020 virtual Conference
CFHA 2020 Virtual Conference PromoCEO, Neftali Serrano, and Administrative Assistant, Leiana Edwards, discuss some of the details surrounding the plan for the CFHA 2020 virtual* conference.
Learn more here: https://www.integratedcareconference.com/
*In the event that a physical conference is possible, we may hold a concurrent, in-person conference in Philadelphia.