August 25-26, 2022 | San Diego, CA
San Diego State University’s
Parma Payne Goodall alumni Center
California is leading the nation in community health and systems change innovation. Recent local and state policy proposals prioritize funding to support data-sharing infrastructure, with an emphasis on technology-enabled person-centered care models. The Community Information Exchange (CIE) model can be used to design systems that meet the needs of Medicaid recipients and other vulnerable populations while prioritizing local community governance.
Join representatives from Community Information Exchange (CIE) organizations and other stakeholders from across California to explore how we can leverage the CIE to achieve systems change and prepare for future funding opportunities that support community health. The event program will feature interactive sessions informed by three shared goals:
Identify the priorities, needs, and advocacy efforts in California to support the continued development and growth of CIEs in the state
Intended Audience: California-based key stakeholders interested in data sharing and building CIE models for local communities.
To ensure everyone’s safety, proof of vaccine or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours is required for entry
and masks will be required indoors.
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Extend the benefits of your registration to the CIE California Forum by becoming a CIE Ambassador to take advantage of mentorship, workshops, and networking for a full year following the event!