Alliance for Health Policy Thought Leader Workshop kicks off 2024 Signature Series, tackles AI in Health 


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Washington, D.C. — The Alliance for Health Policy hosts its inaugural Thought Leadership Workshop today, April 25, launching the yearlong 2024 Signature Series program focused on AI in Health. The workshop includes participants from Congress, the Administration, industry sponsors, community/patient voices, and experts and academics in the field. 

The Signature Series, an annual hallmark program of the Alliance, aims to create an opportunity for stakeholders across the health care spectrum to work together on some of the most pressing challenges in health policy. By focusing on the future, identifying and answering strategic questions, articulating frameworks and providing guidance on key questions, a diverse group of stakeholders come together and identify shared objectives and priorities.  Today’s workshop tackles two key questions: “What does a good AI advisory board include?” and “How should a congressional curriculum on the topic of AI and health policy be structured?” 

“Today’s workshop embodies our commitment to listening. We know that our community has some of the smartest, most thoughtful, and wise policy experts in the country. By pairing them with technical experts, industry leaders, policymakers and community voices, these conversations are always rich and productive,” remarked Claire Sheahan, President and CEO of the Alliance for Health Policy. “In particular, with today’s workshop findings, we are arming our participants and the community with answers to some serious and practical questions that we know will have relevance in the coming months.”

Cecilia Oregón, representing Kaiser Permanente as a Visionary Sponsor, expressed pride in supporting the Alliance’s endeavors. “Kaiser Permanente is proud to be a part of the Signature Series. It is imperative to engage in thoughtful discussions on AI policy, ensuring its responsible integration for the betterment of patient care.”

The next events for the Signature Series include: a community reception on July 24, the Signature Series Summit on July 25, a Signature Spotlight Webinar, and a Congressional Briefing with final dates to be announced. Reports from the Signature Series sessions will be available in Fall of 2024. 

To learn more about the events and theme of the 2024 Signature Series, as well as past years’ programs, please explore our website.

About the Alliance for Health Policy

The Alliance for Health Policy is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping policymakers and the public better understand health policy, the root of the nation’s health care issues, and the trade-offs posed by various proposals for change. We believe a better health care system begins with a balanced exchange of evidence, experience, and multiple perspectives. Regardless of their point of view, our audience recognizes the Alliance’s reputation as a well-respected source for unbiased health policy information.

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