GIH webinars and meetings provide timely information to grantmakers nationwide and keep grantmaking colleagues engaged around issues of mutual interest.  

With the exception of invited speakers, participation in GIH webinars and meetings is limited to staff and trustees of GIH Funding Partner organizations. There is no registration cost required.

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A Conversation with Randy Pate of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

When: Jan 22,2018

Where: Online

Join this webinar for a conversation with Randy Pate, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Deputy Administrator and Director of the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO), about CMS’ priorities and public-private collaboration opportunities. Mr. Pate leads CMS’ work on the individual and small group markets. Prior to joining CMS, Mr. Pate was Vice President of Public Policy at Health Care Service Corporation. He spent nearly a decade working on Capitol Hill, at public policy think tanks, and in the executive branch, including the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services during the George W. Bush Administration.
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Invitation to Innovation: Better Grantmaking Better Care Better Outcomes for Vulnerable Communities

When: Jan 30,2018

Where: West Health Institute, San Diego, California

This immersive, one-day, funders-only workshop offering an important opportunity to explore evidence-based innovations and models of care that improve health equity and champion system transformation addressing critical social determinants of health.

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Caregiving: What Communities Need to Know

When: Feb 2,2018

Where: Online

Cosponsored with Arizona Age-Friendly Network and Grantmakers In Aging

With few supports and services available to family caregivers, their time, resources, health, and well-being are increasingly strained. No matter where people are in the journey of family caregiving—just beginning to anticipate a need, helping to coordinate a care transition, or taking care of a family member full time—having a good framework to help guide both caregivers and communities makes the process easier and will significantly improve health outcomes for care recipients and caregivers alike. Join this webinar for a conversation with Dana Marie Kennedy, State Director of AARP Arizona, to learn how communities can adapt to the needs of family caregivers and provide the resources needed to support people aging in place.

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