Join us for a virtual event organized by the The Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles (CCALAC) and learn about novel care models and digital tools that are empowering patient care and their care providers with better way to keep healthy.

The Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County (CCALAC) and our members share a common mission of supporting and expanding access to quality comprehensive health care for every individual.

Specifically, CCALAC’s mission is “to promote community clinics and health centers as providers and advocates for expanding access to quality comprehensive health care for medically underserved people in Los Angeles County.”

The CCALAC vision is “to advance the health and wellness of communities throughout Los Angeles County, creating a comprehensive health care system for underserved populations to help reduce health disparities in the county.”

The upcoming event will bring together heads of clinics, healthcare systems, IT departments and care teams to discuss and learn lessons from the recent pandemic and prepare for better future of healthcare.


About the Summit

The pandemic has forced health centers to transform how they provide care. Health centers are connecting with patients where they’re at, focusing on relevant clinical and SDoH data, and have pivoted to provide equitable virtual care to their patients. The increased use of technology in healthcare means cybersecurity is more important than ever and is no longer just the responsibility of IT staff. Instead, health IT has become an organization-wide priority, essential in providing quality patient care.

Join the Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County on Friday, Dec. 10, 2021 for the 2nd Annual Health Information Technology Summit, a one-day virtual forum to share and exchange knowledge, experience, and resources to solve complex issues through the innovative use of technology. Summit sessions will cover Cybersecurity, Remote Patient Monitoring, Telehealth, Patient Engagement, and Interoperability. Attendees include community health center executives and directors, as well as quality improvement, EMR, IT, and clinical staff. Together, we will explore the theme “Transforming Care through Health IT.”