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National Summit on Advanced Illness Care

Lead. Innovate. Inspire.

Oct. 9-11, 2019 | Minneapolis, MN | Minneapolis Marriott City Center

Seen at the Summit

During our 2019 National Summit, we shared videos from C-TAC partners who are transforming the landscape of care for people with serious illness and their families. Check out this video from the Home Centered Care Institute (HCCI), exploring the intersection of home-based primary care and home-based palliative care.

To learn more about HCCI, please click here.

Timely updates from the front lines of advanced care

From Primary Care First to the Older Americans Act, the policy landscape is constantly changing.

There's a reason that the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation chose our Summit stage to announce the coming payment demonstration in 2018. The Summit is a hub for leaders who want the latest policy updates so that they can provide the best treatment for those in their care.

If you're not at the Summit, you're falling behind.

What Previous Attendees Are Saying

"Start with ‘what does the patient desire and long for in this?’ If we started there, we'd measure very different things."

Mark Ganz

Mark Ganz

President and CEO, Cambia Health Solutions and Member, C-TAC Board of Directors

“Over the years C-TAC has built an absolute bulldozer of support behind it and I think it's maybe time to put that bulldozer into forward gear and start looking to drive some legislation through Washington.”

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Sheldon Whitehouse

United States Senator

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Calling for action and committing to innovation

Change is driven by passion and reinforced by measuring progress. Summit attendees are encouraged to make commitments to new initiatives that will improve the care provided to those with advanced illness. New statewide coalitions and ambitious pilot projects have been born on the Summit stage.

The Summit is your chance to stand in front of our movement and announce how you will transform the advanced care of tomorrow.