Science of Patient Engagement Symposium

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2019 Science of Patient Engagement Symposium
Using Data Science, Technology, and Patient Engagement to Personalize Health Care
October 28-29, 2019
The Capital Hilton, 1001 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036
 

The annual National Health Council (NHC) Science of Patient Engagement Symposium for medical, scientific, and research leaders is a two-day meeting held in the fall each year in Washington, DC. This meeting focuses on the science of patient engagement and was formerly called the Chief Medical/Science Officers Conference. Research leaders share - with a broad scientific audience - their experiences, accomplishments, best practices, and resulting impacts on medicine and science regarding patient centricity.

Learn more and register for the conference.

Click to download a PDF of the current draft agenda.

Registration Pricing

Patient or patient-group staff:

NHC Members:  Complimentary registration

Non-members:  $79 for 501c3 organizations that meet the NHC definition as a voluntary health agency. Please contact sschoch@nhcouncil.org for registration information.

Nonprofit-organization: 

NHC Members:  Complimentary registration

Non-members: $499 Please contact sschoch@nhcouncil.org for registration information.

Government staff:  Complimentary registration

Industry:       

NHC members: One complimentary registration for the company lead on the science of patient engagement

Additional staff may attend through sponsorship

Non-Members: Please contact sschoch@nhcouncil.org for registration information.

Consultants: $899. Please contact sschoch@nhcouncil.org for registration information.

Sponsorship:

We welcome sponsorship of this meeting, which enables the NHC to increase the capacity of nonprofit organizations to engage on these topics by ensuring their registration is at no charge. Sponsorship offers recognition as a supporter of the science of patient engagement and visibility during the meeting, as well as the ability to send additional staff to the symposium. Contact Elisabeth Oehrlein, Senior Director, Research and Programs, at eoehrlein@nhcouncil.org for more information.

 


In 2018, more than 60 senior staff from NHC member organizations participated, representing patient advocacy organizations, professional societies, nonprofit health groups, and industry. This symposium continues to exceed the expectations of attendees. NHC nonprofit members can send multiple people, while NHC members representing industry categories are welcome to send one staff person, preferably their research lead. Sponsorship is required for additional industry attendees.

See highlights from the 2018 Chief Medical/Scientific Officers Conference.