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The 2021 Virtual CIE Summit will offer two types of sessions to highlight best practices and how communities can apply them to their work. Session descriptions will include suggested reading and the expected knowledge level of the participants: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced.

Breakout Sessions

Breakout Sessions will highlight communities and organizations who have lessons learned, fast failures or innovative models that can be shared with other communities as they explore the CIE. These interactive presentations will allow participants to learn from these experiences, ask questions, and gain insights on how to approach the CIE within their own systems of care.


Workshops will provide opportunities for participants to dive deep into specific CIE content areas. Shared tools and exercises can be brought back to your community of practice and applied to help move your work forward within your community.

Summit Tracks

Governance and Power

Shared governance must be based within the community in which the CIE is implemented. Sessions in this track will highlight opportunities and perceived barriers to including community voice.  Sessions will explore novel approaches, opportunities, and structural barriers to collective stewardship and power across health, government, and social services to enable cross-sector coordination and collaboration.   

Data Ownership and Technology

Data ownership and all aspects of technology design and selection should be driven by the needs of the community that is being served by the CIE. These sessions will present current approaches for structuring data ownership and technology needs to benefit communities, including discussion of actively working towards a process and system that is anti-racist and promotes equity. 

Sustainability and Policy

CIE sustainability and policy can create standards, best practices, and economic opportunities across stakeholders for their communities. How can CIEs meaningfully generate sustainable funding streams and a return on investment that benefits community members as well as partner organizations? How can policy help shift, change, or promote innovation in this work? Sessions will explore legislation, models, and examples that can promote systems change within a community.

Re-Humanizing the Data: Reflections on Our Commitment to Person-Centered Care

During the opening plenary, 211/CIE San Diego and our co-collaborators will provide an overview of objectives and intentions for the three-day event. Dr. Rhea Boyd, will reflect on the importance of uplifting and giving voice to those impacted by the services we provide. Then, we will hear three perspectives on the limitations and harm created by the current systems of care and opportunities to better design systems of care for those they’re meant to serve.

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Rhea Boyd, MD, MPH

Pediatrician and Child and Community Health Advocate, Palo Alto Medical Foundation

Tanissha Harrell
Director of Partner Engagement, 211/CIE San Diego
Alexandra Quinn

Chief Executive Officer,
Health Leads

Diane Sullivan
Mother, grandmother, and activist with lived experience in poverty, homelessness, and hunger

Driving Systems Change from an Anti-Racist Framework

Systemic racism is embedded into all elements of our society. Over the past year, we have witnessed more systems prioritizing Community Voice to reduce harm. We will hear insights from three unique perspectives on the challenges of our current system and efforts to address anti-racism in core institutions within our systems of care, including technology, health care, and non-profit organizations.
Michelle Morse, MD, MPH
Founding Co-Director of EqualHealth and Assistant Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Oscarin Ortega

Executive Director, Lived Experiences

Robert Phillips
President and Chief Executive Officer, Alluma

Policy Impact on Current and Future Systems of Care

Policy is one underlying factor that can either create significant obstacles or drive systems change. This session will explore the role of policy and legislation on the funding landscape and multisector data sharing infrastructure, as well as opportunities to standardize approaches to CIE infrastructure. Hear from government and policy experts on our current state and potential for designing more impactful systems of care.
Kelly Cronin
Deputy Administrator- Center for Innovation and Partnership, Administration for Community Living
John Boerstler

Chief Veterans Experience Officer- Veterans Experience Office, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Innovative Approaches to Funding and Sustainability

The CIE model requires re-thinking the design, funding, and sustainability of multisector data-sharing infrastructure. Hear from thought leaders on opportunities to reimagine the approach to community investment and sustainability that centers and shifts power to impacted community members and shifts funding to be centered in community.

Ben Wrobel
Director of Communications, Village Capital and Co-Author of Letting Go: How Philanthropists and Impact Investors Can Do More Good By Giving Up Control
Meg Massey
Founder and Managing Director, Sanspeur LLC and Co-Author of Letting Go: How Philanthropists and Impact Investors Can Do More Good By Giving Up Control
Tawana Petty
Practitioner Fellow- Digital Civil Society Lab, The Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (PACS)


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