This webinar explores the wave of misinformation that is undermining trust in the media and government institutions during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Florida Priorities Summit features the state’s most inspirational and influential voices, discussing fresh ideas and new solutions to the most pressing issues facing Florida today.
How will Census 2020 impact Florida’s health funders?
While the number of new HIV cases are dropping across the United States, three times as many people are diagnosed in South Florida compared to other parts of the country.
Hear from your colleagues how they assess evidence and find programs that work in achieving health outcomes.
Join the Florida Women's Funding Alliance, the Institute for Women's Policy Research and the Florida Philanthropic Network for a webinar with Elyse Shaw from IWPR to learn about new research examining women’s health in Florida.
A webinar reviewing a new report by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families provides an overview of how the new federal CHIP law will impact children’s health coverage in Florida.
The 2018 Florida Blue Foundation Community Health Symposium and Sapphire Awards will be held on May 3-4, 2018, at the same place, the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center, Kissimmee, Florida. The theme for the 2018 Symposium is Big Issues in Health. It is an exciting and timely topic and we have lined up great local and national speakers, incredible professional development sessions, networking opportunities and fun moments for all.
Register early to join the 475+ executives and staff from health, health care, allied health, universities, governments, foundations, public health nonprofits and others that will be in attendance at the event. Remember there are discounts if you register early.
FPN's Florida Health Funders invite you to join your Florida colleagues for a first in-depth look at Children’s Coverage in Florida: A Closer Look at Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program with Joan Alker, Executive Director of the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families. Joan will present findings from the report, including policy considerations for CHIP and Medicaid; results from Florida’s continued improvement in children’s coverage rates; and potential CHIP funding outcomes and what’s at stake for Florida’s children.
What do the latest developments on federal health legislation mean for Florida?
In continued partnership on health policy research with Georgetown University Center for Children and Families, FPN's Florida Health Funders is pleased to share this upcoming webinar opportunity.