“Innovations in Access To Care” Conference 5/25

Interested in health-tech and/or serving vulnerable populations? If so, consider registering and tuning in to the First Annual Innovations in Access To Care (IAC) Conference at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.

The IAC conference aims to connect healthcare problem solvers with engaging programming that dives into pressing real-world challenges, and promotes health-tech innovation for overlooked populations. This year’s theme is centered around Free and Charitable Clinics, which serve low-income patients who are otherwise unable to attain care.

This meeting is slated to take place this upcoming Tuesday, May 25th between 12:00 and 3:45 P.M EST, and will feature dedicated programming for key challenge areas including telehealth accessibility, volunteer provider recruitment and retention, and fundraising.

Feel free to come-and-go for recorded sessions, live programming, and Q&A breakout rooms. Interested students may register for free at https://www.iac-now.com/r.

Students with prior involvement in technology(hardware and/or software) empowered projects that have potential to help free clinics are encouraged to learn more about submitting abstracts at the following link: https://www.iac-now.com/abstract-detials

Please visit our conference website’s homepage at IAC-now.com to learn more.  Students with questions about the conference may reach out to Zuhayr Shaikh at zs8zfm@virginia.edu

By Dan Poux (He/Him)
Dan Poux (He/Him) Career Coach Dan Poux (He/Him)