The busy spring season continues. Here are 9 Federal Health events happening across DHA, CMS, HHS and VA in May and 2 to consider heading into June.

CMS SPARC Industry Happy Hour event tonight in ViennaMore Here.

San Antonio IT Networking Group
When: May 2, 2019
Where: San Antonio, TX
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo a few days early with the DHA community.

Master Class Training for Government Contractors
When: May 6, 2019
Where: Baltimore, MD
This event will feature some of the top industry experts and former agency IT and acquisition leads from CMS and HHS who will share insights on activities taking place in Federal Agencies during the budget process and the proposal evaluation process.

16th Annual DoD/VA & Government HIT Summit
When: May 8-9, 2019
Where: Alexandria, VA
This multi-day event focuses on health IT innovations with leaders from DHA, VA, and HHS.

VA Healthcare
When: May 13-15, 2019
Where: National Harbor, MD
This event is designed to bring together senior level VA leaders to speak on policies, innovating practices, program and facility modernizations and advancements in AI and emerging technologies.

HHS Small Business Outreach
When: May 14, 2019
Where: Washington, DC
This monthly vendor outreach session connects small businesses with HHS personnel. Next month’s event will take place on June 11 with registration opening May 27.

FedHealthIT Executive Breakfast Series: EMBRACING Event-Driven Health
When: May 16, 2019
Where: Vienna, VA
Attend this event where speakers from DHA, VA, and CMS, will discuss the nature of EVENT-DRIVEN Health, and why the next evolution of data and application architecture must also be event-driven.

HIMSS NCA Innovation Changes and Policy Approaches
When: May 16, 2019
Where: Rosslyn, VA
The agenda for this evening event is still being formulated, however a panel will explore how agencies are monitoring and learning from each other to define governance and increasing interoperability with quality focused patient data and records.

NCMA Woodlawn Social Event
When: May 21, 2019
Where: Columbia, MD
This is an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues interested in CMS while enjoying great food and drinks.

DHA Industry Day
When: June 6, 2019
Where: Fairfax, VA
This DHA hosted industry exchange will feature a morning session consisting of presentations from DHA Leadership providing a strategic overview and an afternoon session program of presentations by Deputy Assistant Directors, or their designates, who will provide a tactical approach to the topics discussed in the morning session.

2019 FedHealthIT Innovation Awards Event and Networking Reception
When: June 11, 2019
Where: Washington, DC
This event recognizes and honors Federal Health innovation, technology and the consulting sector to celebrate programs nominated and selected by their peers for DRIVING INNOVATION and RESULTS across the Department of Veterans Affairs, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Military Health, and the Department of Health and Human Services.

We strive to serve the busy health executive by uncovering key events. The annual membership fee is worth it for this feature alone! G2Xchange Health Members: Visit the main events page to browse some of the other key Federal Health IT events happening in the coming weeks including:

Federal Healthcare and Cloud Day with VA and NIH
CFO and CIO Policy and Management Issues with VA, OMB
Future of Cloud in Federal IT with CMS
Impacts and Considerations in Technology Adoption with VA
Digital Service Transformation with VA, NCI, HHS
Improving Outcomes Using Health Information Technology with HHS, ONC
Implementation and Execution of Modernization with VA
The Future Role of AI in Government with HHS, VHA
Exploring Cyber Threats with NIH
Gov Data & Analytics Leadership Symposium with VA, HHS
Transforming Delivery Systems and Healthcare with HHS
Engaging in AI Practices with HHS, FDA, OMB, VA
Data Lessons Learned and Future Paths with NCI, FDA and ONC
and MORE. Updated Daily!

 

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