Heading into the Summer season, planning is key. Here are 7 events to consider attending in June and a few more to take a look at in July.

VA Technology Acquisition Center (TAC) Advance Planning Brief for Industry
When: June 6, 2019
Where: Eatontown, NJ
This dual purpose event will bring VA IT industry partners and VA OIT leadership together to discuss upcoming opportunities, while providing the latest status on the T4NG On-Ramp.

Data, Modeling, and Policy Making to Address the Opioid Epidemic with CDC and NIH
When: June 10, 2019
Where: Washington, DC
This half day discussion with leaders from CDC and NIH will explore current practices, challenges, and opportunities for using data, modeling, and policy making to address the opioid epidemic.

HHS Small Business Outreach
When: June 11, 2019
Where: College Park, MD
HHS, Office of the Secretary (OS), Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) is hosting a series of outreach events to educate small businesses about Federal procurement opportunities with HHS and their top large business Prime contractors.

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 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, the Department of Health and Human Services.

HHS Innovation Day 2019: A Health Odyssey
When: June 12, 2019
Where: Washington, DC
At this Agency Innovation Day, participants will experience entrepreneurial approaches and innovative thinking advancing work in Government through project pitches, a crash course in design thinking, insight into HHS innovation practices and the chance to connect with entrepreneurs in Federal Government.

CXO Tech Forum: Acquisition Innovation with HHS and VA
When: June 20, 2019
Where: Arlington, VA
The event will explore ways to improve the Federal and defense technology acquisition cycle through collaboration, shared agency service consolidation, other transaction authorities, open feedback loops and more with experts from HHS, VA and others participating in interactive panels.

CMS Cyberworks
When: June 25, 2019
Where: Baltimore, MD
Hosted by CMS’ Information Security Privacy Group (ISPG), this cybersecurity and privacy day is geared toward CMS cyber professionals and other employees with significant security responsibilities.

OSEHRA Open Source Summit
When: July 9-10
Where: Rockville, MD
Speakers from VA, HHS, CMS, DHA, and SAMHSA will highlight open source initiatives and the increasing level of public-private partnership in major departments and programs during this summit.

Government Health Care Congress
When: July 16-17, 2019
Where: Washington, DC
This event will bring together thought leaders from HHS and CMS to share operational strategies impacted by the political, regulatory, and legal influences on Healthcare.

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:

Transforming Delivery Systems and Healthcare with HHS, NIH
Health Threats and Hazards Protection and Response with HHS
Exploring the Opioid Epidemic Through Data, Modeling, and Policy with CDC and NIH
Future Priorities in Emerging Technologies with HHS
Security’s Future in AI-Ready Cloud Services with NIH
Assessing Provider Directory Standards with ONC
Shaping IT Enterprise with CMS
Success and Best Practices in ACO with CMS
Building Digital Communications with VA, HHS, DHA
Leveraging Innovating Technologies with CMS, HHS
Creating Greater Mission Efficiency Through Technology with HHS, NIH
Engaging in AI Practices with HHS, VA
Tech Day with CMS
Technology Efforts in Security with FDA
Navigating Interoperability Rules with ONC, CMS, HHS

AND many more. Updated Daily.

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