Healthtech and Medicaid Took Center Stage at the First Annual ConsejoSano Conference
ConsejoSano, the multicultural patient engagement platform for payers, providers, and health systems, held its first annual conference exploring the intersection of technology and health outcomes of our diverse underserved populations at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Hotel on October 10, 2019. It was a rousing success!
The first event of its kind in the healthcare and technology industry, “Reaching Out(comes)” covered how to meet the health needs of low-income, multicultural populations, with an overarching theme of text messaging in healthcare. It provided conference attendees with powerful best practices about the growing use of one of America’s most popular technologies to achieve better outcomes.
Top healthcare and technology leaders, investors and policy makers from across the country joined for an exhilarating day of in-depth discussions and collaboration. The day was packed with insightful, informative panels with speakers from some of the best and brightest companies in healthcare. Attendees were fully engaged, then mixed and mingled between sessions. It was a thrilling day!
“Text Messaging In Healthcare” was chosen as this year’s conference theme for the power and potential of text messaging to improve the health of America’s underserved populations. Many of America’s undeserved lack the resources and internet access to use today’s digital health innovations. Text messaging is proving to be a powerful solution.
With the ConsejoSano conference filled beyond capacity, it’s clear that industry leaders and executives are very much interested in what text messaging can bring to their patient populations.
We’re excited to share a look at the event. Thank you to all of our attendees, speakers and sponsors this year! We look forward to seeing you next year!
Scenes from the First Annual ConsejoSano Conference
We want to thank the many speakers who joined us:
Speakers included Marcia Augsburger of King & Spalding, Ian Morrison of Martin Luther King Community Hospital, Dr. Molly Coye, Nancy Peeling of Borrego Health, Joel Gray of Anthem Blue Cross, Dr. Chris Esguerra of Blue Shield California, Leah Sparks of Wildflower Health, Robert Garber of 7Wire Ventures, Tanya Danksy of Promise, Rishi Manchanda of HealthBegins, Omkar Kulkarni of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Lisa Fitzpatrick of Grapevine Health, Daniel Turner-Lloveras of SaludConTech, Sarita Mohanty of Kaiser Permanente, Amon Anderson of Acumen America, Dr. Aletha Maybank of American Medical Association, Moses Ike of Blue Shield California, Laura Jackson of WellSpace Health, and many others.
We’re grateful to The Following Sponsors:
Adaptation Health, Ampersand Health, AVIA, CHCF Health Innovation Fund, HealthBegins, Health 2.0 (LA Chapter), Health Management Associates, HealthTech 4 Medicaid, Patchwise Labs, Center for Care Innovations (CCI), and SaludConTech.