Thank you for attending the 22nd Annual ITUP Conference!
The 22nd Annual ITUP conference laid the groundwork for health reform in California for 2018, highlighting anticipated federal challenges as well as opportunities for the state to preserve and expand gains in coverage and health improvement. This signature state health policy conference brought together health care leaders across the state to consider the state of health reform in California and to share policy ideas, strategies and emerging best practices to advance health in California. No matter what challenges the state may face.
Thank you to all the attendees, speakers, sponsors, and funders who help make ITUP events a success. The 23rd Annual ITUP Conference will be held February 4-5, 2019 (note date change). Mark your calendars and save the date!
Monday, February 5, 2018
Spirit of ITUP Award Dinner
ITUP Honored the Health Alliance of Northern California (HANC) with the first annual Spirit of ITUP Award in recognition of their commitment to building partnerships to ensure coverage, access, and quality health care for rural communities in Northern California.
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Speaker presentations at the conference and related background materials are available by session below.
What the Evolving Federal Reform Landscape Means for California
Lanhee J. Chen, PhD – If At First You Don’t Succeed…What’s Next in the Fight Over Health Reform?
Larry Levitt, MPP – The ACA: What’s Out, What’s In, What’s Next
Peter V. Lee- Covered California: Continuing to Serve Millions in Uncertain Times
Exploring Short- and Long-Term Strategies for Getting to Universal Coverage in California
Laurel Lucia, MPP – Uninsurance in California
Paul Y. Song, MD – PowerPoint Presentation
Anthony E. Wright – Protecting and Advancing California’s Progress on Health Care & Coverage in Turbulent Times
Susan Philip, MPP – Key Questions When Considering a State-Based, Single Payer System in California
Round Table Discussions
Conversation on a Public Option in California
Deborah Kelch – Exploring Public Options in California
Drug Medi-Cal System Change: What it Means for Behavioral Health Integration in California
John Connolly, PhD, MSEd – Lessons Learned in LA County
Making Access a Priority: Growing the Health Workforce
Janet M. Coffman, MA, MPP, PhD – A Snapshot of California’s Primary Care Workforce Needs
Erica Murray, MPA – Addressing Workforce Challenges in California’s Public Health Care Systems
Serving Immigrant Communities Under the Cloud of Immigration Enforcement
Gabrielle Lessard – Serving Immigrant Communities Under the Cloud of Immigration Enforcement
Mayra Alvarez – Serving Immigrant Communities Under the Cloud of Immigration Enforcement
Georgina Maldonado – Impact of Immigration Reform on Healthcare and Social Service Enrollment in Orange County: A Navigator’s Perspective
Breaking Down Silos to Serve the Whole Person
- Accountable Communities for Health: The Next Generation of Health System Transformation
- Uniting Leaders to Improve Health
Building a Medi-Cal Program for the Future
Advancing Health: California on the Cutting Edge
Mary A. Pittman, DrPH –
- California Health in All Policies Face Sheet
- Health in All Policies: A Guide for State and Local Governments
- Making Food Systems Part of Your Community Needs Assessment
- Health Care and Population Health
- Public Health Institute Overview
- Sustainable Financing for Asthma Education and Home Environmental Trigger Remediation: Lessons Learned from the Field
Download this PDF for a comprehensive list of ITUP research and related articles.
ITUP is generously funded by the following core funders:
|CORE FUNDERS||Blue Shield of California Foundation||California Health Care Foundation|
|California Community Foundation||The California Wellness Foundation|
|The California Endowment||Kaiser Permanente|
The ITUP 22nd Annual Conference was also supported by these sponsors:
|BRONZE||Care 1st Health Plan|
|L.A. Care Health Plan|
|EMERALD||California Health Policy Strategies, LLC|
|First 5 LA|
|Health Managment Associates|
|UCLA Center for Health Policy Research|