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INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE OF CHICAGO


Upcoming events

    • 23 Oct 2020
    • 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual Meeting
    Register

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    WELCOME

    Seven sessions on Oct. 23rd plus seven sessions throughout the coming months

    October 23, 2020 

     Grand Convening 

    Virtual Meeting 



    With our compliments, no fee to attend this convening. 

    A confirmation message will be sent upon registering, if you do not receive it, please contact us at infostaff@iomc.org. 

     


    8:00 AM   

    Pre-Election  Welcome  & Opening Remarks

    Cheryl Rucker-Whitaker, MD, MPH, FACP, President & Chair of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago, and CEO of NextLevel Health


    8:10 AM 

    Pre-Election Opening PlenaryState of COVID-19 in Illinois: State Director of Public Health 

    Sponsored by the Hektoen Institute of Medicine

    Ngozi Ezike, MD, MPH, State of Illinois Director of Public Health


    8:50 AM

    Pre-Election Immunization Strategy and COVID-19: What Do We Know Now?

    Sponsored by the Portes Foundation

    Donna Thompson, CEO, Access Community Health Network

    Helene Gayle, CEO, The Chicago Community Trust

    Samantha Olds-Frey, CEO,  Illinois Association of Medicaid Health Plans

     


    9:30 AM   Break 


    9:40 AM 

    Pre-Election The Importance of Integrated Care in the COVID‐19 Environment 

    Sponsored by Michael Reese Research and Education Foundation

    Raul Garza, CEO & President, Aunt Martha's Health & Wellness

    Doriane C. Miller, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Director, Center for Community Health and Vitality, University of Chicago

    Maria H. Rahmandar, MD, Medical Director,  Substance Use & Prevention Program (SUPP), Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of  Chicago



    10:20 AM Break

    10:30 AM 

    Pre-Election Maternal Morbidity and Mortality and COVID-19: Managing Worsening Disparities

    E Charles Lampley, MD, Director High Risk Obstetrics Sinai Medical Center

    Robin Jones, MD, Associate Professor of ObGYN, Rush University Medical Center

    Dr. Lisa Green, CEO, Family Christian Health Center


    11:15 AM Break 


    11:30 AM 

     Pre-Election Principles of  Wellbeing Trusts

    Mark Shields, MD, MBA, Guidehouse

    Allison Arwady, MD, MPH, Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public

    Health (CDPH)

    Natalie Moore,  MSJ, Reporter, WBEZ Radio

    Marshall Chin, MD, MPH, Richard Parrillo, Family Professor of Healthcare Ethics in the Department of Medicine, University of Chicago


    12:15 PM

    Pre-Election Wrap Up & Closing Remarks

    Cheryl Rucker-Whitaker, MD, MPH


    12:30 PM 

    Pre-Election  After Convening-Networking

    1:00 PM    Adjourn

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    Sponsors are invited and encouraged to view the multiple levels and ways to be involved in the State of Health of Chicago 2020-2021. There are full year sponsorships and virtual session sponsorships. Download the Sponsorship Packet here. 



    FUTURE SESSIONS

    November 10, 2020

    Post-Election What Needs to Change? COVID 19: The Legislative Response: How Do Disparately Impacted Communities Recover?

    Congresswoman Robin Kelly (Illinois Congressional District Two)


    December 4, 2020

    Post‐Election Healthcare and the Next Four Years: Medicare, Medicaid, and Innovation 

    Invited: U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (Illinois)


    December 10, 2020 Holiday Event

    Virtual Holiday Event 2020 in review: Progress Made to Closing the Health Equity Gap: Successes and Lessons Learned


    SOHOC 2021 Virtual Sessions

    Post‐Election Implicit Bias-Recognition, Impact, and Training to Close the Health Equity Gap          

    Post‐Election From Fee for Service to Managed Medicaid: The Promise of Care Coordination For Children in Foster Care

    Post‐Election The Prison Industrial Complex & Impact on Community Stability in Chicago

    Post‐Election Racial Inequity in Healthcare

    Beena S Peters, DNP, MS, RN, FACHE, System Chief Nursing Officer, Cook County Health

    Adeola Oduwole, MSc, VP, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at Lurie Children’s Hospital

    Audra Davis, PsyD, Organizational Psychologist and Managing Partner at The Exeter Group

    Fernando De Maio, PhD, Professor, Dept. of Sociology, DePaul University.


    Questions? Contact us at infostaff@iomc.org or call us at 312.709.2685. 


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    • 10 Nov 2020
    • 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM (CST)
    • Virtual Meeting
    Register



    November 10, 2020 


    11:45 AM - 12:45 PM 

    Virtual Meeting 

    With our compliments-no fee to attend this event. 

    A confirmation message will be sent upon registering, if you do not receive it, please contact us at infostaff@iomc.org


    Post-Election COVID 19: The Legislative Response: How Do Disparately Impacted Communities Recover?  

    Congresswoman Robin Kelly, 2nd District Illinois ,will share the impact of the election on communities, and opportunities going forward with the continuing challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic, economic challenges and how we can do better. 

    Congresswoman Robin Kelly has dedicated her career to public service as an advocate for Illinois families.  Since being elected to serve the 2nd Congressional District in 2013, she has worked to expand economic opportunity, community wellness, and public safety across the state, championing numerous initiatives to generate job growth, reduce health disparities, and end gun violence.

    Congresswoman Kelly is a Member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee (the main policy-writing body of the House) and serves on the Health, Energy, and Consumer Protection and Commerce subcommittees. Her Energy and Commerce work is focused on expanding access to healthcare, consumer protection for American families and economic development.

    Additionally, she is a Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform and serves on the national security and civil rights and civil liberties subcommittees. She is also represents the Midwest (Region IV) on the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee, which sets the policy direction of the Democratic Caucus, and serves as a member of the House Democracy Partnership.

    A staunch champion of common sense gun reforms and responsible community policing, Representative Kelly is a Co-Chair of the Congressional Gun Violence Prevention Taskforce and is the author of The 2014 Kelly Report on Gun Violence in America, the first-ever Congressional analysis of the nation's gun violence epidemic that offers a blueprint for ending the crisis. 

    Committed to improving the health and wellness of vulnerable communities across the country, the Congresswoman serves as the Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust, and Co-Chairs the Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls. She also Co-Chairs the House Democratic Policy Group and House Tech Accountability Caucus.

    Prior to her election to Congress, Kelly was a member of the Illinois House of Representatives, served as Chief Administrative Officer of Cook County (the second largest county in the United States) and was Chief of Staff to Illinois State Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias - becoming the first African American woman to serve as Chief of Staff to an elected constitutional statewide officeholder. 

    The daughter of a small business owner and postal worker, Congresswoman Kelly moved to Illinois to attend Bradley University in Peoria, where she earned her B.A. in psychology and an M.A. in counseling. She later received a Ph.D. in political science from Northern Illinois University.  She lives in Matteson with her husband, Dr. Nathaniel Horn, and has two adult children, Kelly and Ryan.


    Sponsorship opportunity- download the sponsorship brochure here

    Questions? Contact us at infostaff@iomc.org or call us at 312.709.2685.

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    • 4 Dec 2020
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (CST)
    • Virtual Meeting



    December 4, 2020

    8:00 A.M. 

    Virtual Meeting

    Post‐Election Healthcare and the Next Four Years: Medicare, Medicaid, and Innovation

         Invited: Senator Dick Durbin



    Look for more details soon! 



    Sponsorship opportunity- download the sponsorship brochure here

    Questions? Contact us at infostaff@iomc.org or call us at 312.709.2685.


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    • 10 Dec 2020
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (CST)
    • Virtual Meetng



    December 10, 2020

    Holiday Event

    Virtual Meeting 

    Post-Election 2020 in review: Progress Made to Closing the Health Equity Gap: Successes and Lessons Learned

    More details to come- check back with us!


    Sponsorship opportunity- download the sponsorship brochure here

    Questions? Contact us at infostaff@iomc.org or call us at 312.709.2685.


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