March 27-29 | Orlando, FL

Schedule

The only event exclusively for healthcare philanthropy executives

Monday, March 27

 

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12:00 pm-6:00 pm

Registration open

1:30 pm-3:30 pm 

Cohort discussions

3:30 pm-4:00 pm

Coffee break

4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Welcome and Opening Keynote

5:00 pm-6:00 pm

Welcome reception

 

Tuesday, March 28

 

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8:00 am-9:00 am 

Breakfast 

9:00 am-10:00 am 

Keynote 

10:00 am-12:00 pm 

Concurrent education session

12:00 pm-1:00 pm 

Lunch keynote

1:00 pm-3:00 pm

Concurrent education sessions 

3:00 pm-5:00 pm

Visit to AdventHealth West Lakes Early Learning Center

5:30 pm-7:00 pm

Cocktail reception

 

Wednesday, March 29

 

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8:00 am-9:00 am 

Breakfast 

9:00 am-10:00 am 

Keynote 

10:00 am-12:00 pm 

Concurrent education session

12:00 pm-1:00 pm 

Lunch and departure

 

Featured Sessions

Building, Scaling and Protecting Health Equity/SDOH Philanthropy Success

Are you seeking to create a compelling health equity/SDOH case for support that is both embraced by your c-suite as a strategic imperative, and fueled by philanthropy? If so, this session is right for you! 

Learn how programmatic and philanthropic leadership successfully combined forces at ProMedica Health System to launch a national SDOH initiative and multi-million-dollar philanthropic impact fund.  Our panelists will share what it took to gain cross-departmental leadership, stakeholder, and donor buy-in; how they entered new, national markets; and how they balanced raising money for operations, capital needs and acute care priorities alongside health equity/SDOH. We will also discuss what happens when a system’s financial constraints threaten innovative, yet oft deemed, non-essential, initiatives like health equity/SDOH.

The Provider Perspective: The Impact of Philanthropy and the Nature of Collaboration

In healthcare philanthropy, it is important to understand the true impact of philanthropic giving and how we, as philanthropic partners, can remove barriers to innovation for our healthcare providers. Join us for an exciting conversation with leaders from Alameda Health System, who will share their experience as providers and partners with Alameda Health System Foundation to build a revolutionary care model that is tackling Black infant mortality head-on. Presenters will discuss the plight of Black birthing people nationwide and how narratives and systemic change happen under a collaborative approach with providers, a health system, and public health partners. When collaboration of this caliber happens, the outcomes for parents, babies, and communities shift for the greater good.

Bold Solutions Begin with Bold

The common good needs bold ideas. Unequal access to care. A global pandemic. Racial injustice. Homelessness. Our communities need bold solutions to our most pressing challenges. To meet these challenges, CommonSpirit Health is committed to building healthy communities by advocating for those who are most vulnerable, and innovating how and where healing can happen. In this session, we will discuss how CommonSpirit Philanthropy is advancing national campaigns totaling more than $150 million to advance community-based health equity initiatives in workforce development, clinical research, patient care, and community health. Come learn strategies for creating impact funds that can address needs like these in your communities, no matter your size or donor population.

Unlocking and Escalating Health Equity Through Philanthropy: Achieving Integrated DEI in Healthcare

This interactive session will discuss the role of philanthropy in addressing health disparities and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion, and the importance of collaboration between philanthropy and health equity leadership to ensure success and help donors feel personally connected to the impact of their gift. 

This interactive lecture will be delivered by the Chief Philanthropy Officer and Chief of Community Health and Health Equity from Inova Health System. Together they will provide insight into how becoming partners in philanthropy has created opportunities to grow critical programs, patient assistance funds, and capital needs supporting our most vulnerable community members. You’ll leave with strategies to help you build or refine your case for support for health equity fundraising.

Doing Good While Doing Well: Being a Good Neighbor in IUH Medical Center Communities

Often, building a new hospital brings a fundraising focus to work going on inside the structure. Learn how IU Health has used large-scale building projects and a comprehensive campaign as a launchpad for philanthropy in support of health equity efforts, especially in conjunction with a new $4 billion academic medical campus project underway in downtown Indianapolis.