2-1-1 San Diego’s CIE 3rd Annual Summit – Postponed to August 12-14, 2020
San Diego, CA. February 26, 2020. 2-1-1 San Diego’s 3rd Annual Community Information Exchange Summit is in just a few weeks. This year’s focus is on Accelerating Multi-Sector Collaboration to Advance Equity. The Summit will be held March 18-20 at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina. Alliance is pleased to be a sponsor again this year.
The 2-1-1 San Diego CIE Summit brings together key 2-1-1, social, health, non-profit, research data, philanthropy, education, technology and government thought leaders from across the nation to engage in workshops and interactive discussions about bridging health and social service sectors to build strong and thriving communities. Plenaries and breakout sessions for 2-1-1 San Diego’s 3rd Annual CIE Summit will focus on care coordination innovations to address social determinants of health needs (housing, nutrition, employment, etc.) across populations, including families, women, children, low-income, veterans, etc. with the overall goal of advancing equity for all.
This year’s Summit Tracks include:
- Examples from the Field – applications for addressing specific, real world problems
- Theories and Concepts – to inform planning design and cross-sector coordination
- Policy and Research – relevant to systems change and population health
Be sure to join Alliance for the Policy & Research Plenary, Thursday, March 19. This session highlights cutting-edge research and policy issues impacting cross collaboration, data sharing and financing. The Policy and Research track will focus on research, evaluation, policy implementation/evaluation, and policy recommendations relevant to systems change and population health. Sessions in this track will highlight macro-level policy, or policy decisions that may impact care coordination and multi-sector collaboration. Highlighted speakers include:
Dr. Len Nichols – Director of the Center for Health Policy Research and Ethics (CHPRE) and a Professor of Health Policy at George Mason University. He has been intimately involved in health reform debates, policy development, and communication with the media and policy makers for 20+ years, after he was Senior Advisor for Health Policy at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in the Clinton Administration.
Dr. Laura Gottlieb – Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine at UCSF. A former National Health Services Scholar and safety-net family physician with fellowship training in social determinants of health, Dr. Gottlieb now serves as Principal Investigator on multiple quantitative and qualitative projects examining the integration of social and medical care services.
Ryan Howells, Principal Leavitt Partners, based out of the Washington, D.C. office. His work with clients is focused on health insurance market reforms, disruptive distribution channels that have occurred through the emergence of public and private exchanges, and how the implementation of technology can improve the triple aim of reducing costs, increasing quality, and improving outcomes.
Presenters will highlight:
- Data sharing innovations that enhance and generate value to organizations
- Recommendations for healthcare delivery systems
- Payment reform models and theories supporting systems change
Remember to register soon.
We work to advance health and wellness for the most vulnerable in San Diego and Imperial counties through collaborative funding, convening and advocacy.
We envision a San Diego and Imperial County region where equitable health resources lead to universal health and well-being. We believe wellness is a state of complete physical, mental, spiritual, economic and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
We currently operate a portfolio of five programs:
i2 Innovation Initiative — also referred to as “venture philanthropy”—based on the thesis that innovation capital (often high risk, high reward) is needed to transform the current paradigm (high cost and poor outcomes) and improve quality, increase capacity and reduce costs;
Mission Support—based on the belief that trusting those closest to our constituents and providing core operating support for great organizations will best advance our mission;
Responsive Funding—based on the belief that it is important to be responsive to time-sensitive community needs and opportunities;
InvestUp—based on the belief that it is important to actively and strategically be looking for ways to meaningfully advance our mission and it is worth spending some or all of our corpus—beyond the earnings off of our endowment—if we can substantively, sustainably and positively change the dynamics; and
Impact Investments–based on the thesis that we can activate our investment portfolio to achieve more positive impact.
Our History. In 1982, the San Diego Community Healthcare Alliance (Alliance) created the first Preferred Provider Organization/Network (PPO) in the United States. From 1989 through 1994, the Alliance funded Alliance Healthcare Foundation (AHF) through profits from its Community Care Network (CCN) operations. In 1994, Alliance sold CCN to a national healthcare company and channeled the proceeds from CCN’s sale into an endowment of $83 million for AHF. That endowment has enabled funding of approximately $64 million (USD) in direct funding and approximately $41 million (USD) from national and local funding partners in San Diego and Imperial counties. Our endowment holds approximately $80 million in assets today, with funding for programs and operations derived from endowment investment earnings.
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