March 11, 2021 | 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET | 100% Virtual!
Join senior executives from across industry and government to discuss critical policy and acquisition priorities in civilian and military health. Speakers from HHS, VA, and DoD will discuss their needs and challenges so that industry can better determine where the federal health market is headed. This half-day virtual conference will be your opportunity to get updates on federal health agencies, future policy and procurement trends and their implications on your company.
TWO Dynamic Virtual Networking Receptions This Year!
PSC will be hosting two dynamic virtual networking receptions through the Remo platform. These fun and interactive receptions will allow you to meet speakers and connect with fellow attendees from both industry and government. PSC has had great success using this platform which has proven to be a wonderful alternative to networking in our virtual environment. The virtual receptions are available to all attendees at no extra charge.
New This Year! Optional Add-On: Industry Day with the Admin. for Children and Families (ACF)
Attend the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) industry day on Wednesday, March 10, 2021 from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. ET to get the latest updates on ACF's new Office of Government Contracting Services (GCS). Hear directly from ACF Executive Leadership about ACF unique missions that support American citizens every day, what changes to expect in the future, and upcoming opportunities. The ACF Industry Day will occur the day before the FedHealth Conference and there is no cost to attend.
Public Health Information: From Knowledge to Action
The importance of transparent and readily understandable public health information has never been more evident than today’s continuing response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Discover what public health information challenges federal agencies are facing, what initiatives/challenges need to be addressed to better gain public acceptance of programs and more. Read more.
Role of Data and Evidence-Based Policymaking
From supporting groundbreaking clinical research, to evaluating the impact of nutrition assistance programs, companies are providing health and social policy research solutions to policy makers in the United States and around the world. This session will examine future government needs, how data is shaping policy frameworks, and how industry and government are developing comprehensive, multi-disciplinary solutions to today’s real-life challenges. Read more.
Acquisition officials will discuss an overview of the procurement landscape. Learn what to expect for the remainder of FY21 and into FY22. Read more.