"Operational Solutions to Low Health Literacy:
At the Intersection of the Affordable Care Act and Health Literacy"
May 7-9, 2014
at the Hotel Irvine-Jamboree Center in Irvine, California
(hotel formerly known as the Hyatt Regency Irvine)
Click here to browse the brochure
Click here to look at the agenda
Then click here to register!
Make your plans now to join us at the Institute for Healthcare Advancement's 13th Annual Health Literacy Conference, scheduled for May 7-9, 2014 in Irvine, California. We have an immersive and instructive experience planned for you to increase your knowledge, sharpen your skills, and provide you with opportunities to share your programs and network with your colleagues. We are also infusing the conference with a strong focus on the Affordable Care Act, and how health literacy fits into the puzzle.
Here are a few highlights:
Live, National, Interactive Event: Stories and Lessons from the Intersection of the Affordable Care Act and Health Literacy
On Wednesday, May 7 at noon, we will convene to talk about the effects of health literacy on the Affordable Care Act. Did you implement a program? Did you have successes or see failures? What worked? What didn't work? How will you change what you do when open enrollment begins again in October? We want to hear your stories, your lessons, your programs. Joining us at the conference? We'll treat you to lunch and give you the opportunity to listen live and in person. Unable to be with us? No worries, just click on the link we'll provide and watch and listen right from your computer. More details to come so stay tuned...
Special ACA Section in the Poster Session
In addition to showcasing the best of programs/services and research as we always do, we'd like to see your poster on your experiences with taking health literacy requirements into consideration when working with the Affordable Care Act. Our Call for Poster Abstracts is open now. Click here to read about how to submit your poster.
Plenary and Breakout Sessions
We have a number of plenary and breakout sessions that are themed with the Affordable Care Act. Please take a moment to browse the brochure and the agenda. Not terribly interested in the Affordable Care Act? Not to worry, we have plenty of content on other areas and topics as well. But we felt strongly that this major social experiment called for us to turn out attention to how health literacy affects these efforts, now and going forward.
We hope you are able to join us.
--The IHA Health Literacy Conference Team