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FIRST ANNUAL

CONFERENCE

TECH INNOVATION FOR FREE AND CHARITABLE CLINICS

KEYNOTES

Nicole Lamoureux

Chief Executive Officer,

National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics

Mohan Nadkarni, M.D.

Founder, Charlottesville Free Clinic

Chief, UVA Health System Division of General Medicine, Geriatrics, and Palliative Care 

Randy Jordan

Chief Executive Officer,

North Carolina Association of Free and Charitable Clinics

Ariana Gordillo

Director of Strategic Initiatives, National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics

 

Our Why:  Access to healthcare has never been more important. Millions of vulnerable people in our communities would lack access to care without the efforts of free and charitable clinics across the nation. With the help of students, leaders, volunteers, and professionals, we can conquer the challenges facing free clinics and ensure patients receive high quality, low-cost care in every community.

Our Vision: This year's IAC conference aims to foster a dynamic and robust community of students, leaders, volunteers, and professionals across the nation dedicated to producing innovative tech-- involving software and/or hardware-- solutions for free clinics and the patients they serve. Tune in for informational presentations, breakout room discussions, and student presentations highlighting pressing problems and compelling solutions for the biggest problems presently faced by free clinics!

SETTING THE SCENE

Rebecca Butler


Director of Marketing, Communications, and Development, Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics

LEARN. INNOVATE. ELEVATE.

Themes

 Theme #1  

Telehealth Accessibility

 Theme #2  

Volunteer & Provider Recruitment 

Theme #3  

Fundraising 

The pandemic has brought a rapid shift in telehealth, a meaningful but significant deviation from prior operations. Learn more about underlying challenges that remain ongoing  and how you can make an impact!

Due to pandemic-related lifestyle disruptions, demand for free clinics have grown. Connecting interested volunteers with patients is essential to the functioning of these clinics, and has remained a perennial problem. Join the conversation to learn more!   

Over 80% of free clinics indicate funding as a leading operational concern; 64% cancelled their annual fundraising events. During times when free clinic demand has risen for the vast majority of free clinics, additional funding is needed more than ever to help vulnerable patients. Plug in to learn more about this challenge.

PARTNERS AND SPONSORS

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