2013 National Summit

On January 29 and 30, 2013 C-TAC hosted over 400 leaders — from clinicians and policy makers to faith leaders and large employers — to tackle one of America’s greatest challenges, breaking though the cultural, health system and policy barriers so that seriously ill people receive the right care at the right time and place.

– Download the Summit Summary here; for a high resolution copy, click here. –

Summit participants left with a sense of purpose and direction, and the strong belief that now is the time for reform.

Providers, policy makers, caregivers, family members, educators, faith leaders, insurers, advocates — everyone can be part of the solution to transform advanced care.  Summit participants engaged with over 50 expert speakers like Amy Berman (pictured above) regarding:

Give Us Your Thoughts: We’re going to apply the Summit findings to refine C-TAC’s strategies and plans and be back to you with our thinking. Meanwhile, please send us any further ideas or feedback from the Summit through our online survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5GFHYS3.

Summit Materials

*For videos from the plenary session, please visit our YouTube page (CTACorg): http://bit.ly/XQBTPC

*Photos can be found on our Flickr page (CTACorg): http://bit.ly/WZpNX8

 2013 Summit: Supporting the Inter-Profesional Team

* Master slide deck from both days:

*Access the Agenda here.

Join Us! Be part of a national movement to ensure that all Americans with advanced illness, especially the sickest and most vulnerable, receive comprehensive, quality care that is consistent with their goals and values and honors their dignity. If the Summit inspired you to transform advanced care, please contact us.

Special thanks for the support of the Mintz Levin Center for Health Law & Policy

 

 

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