Patient Congress is an annual event that brings together patients, caregivers, and health professionals from throughout the United States to network, learn, and share their stories with the public. Three components comprise the three-day event: Education, Networking, and Story Slam
Why Participate in Patient Congress?
For more information: https://www.npaf.org/what-we-do/our-work/patient-congress/
For more than 22 years, Patient Advocate Foundation’s mission has been to serve one patient at a time by providing sustained, tangible help based on their individual circumstances. That commitment to personalized assistance remains true today.
We take what we learn from helping tens of thousands of patients and their families and alongside our sister organization - National Patient Advocate Foundation - advocate for improved engagement of the patient voice on key issues in the healthcare system and promote change that will positively impact the patient experience.
Patient Congress participants are volunteers that have made a commitment to improving healthcare for patients in their community. Participants join Patient Congress with a variety of personal, processional and advocacy experience. Each session is structured to be accessible enough to someone completely new to advocacy or health policy, while also challenging our participants who have worked with us for over a decade. In order to ensure that participants have a well rounded experience, panels include a mix of policy, communications and practical advocacy advice, with an emphasis on interaction sessions that directly engage the audience.
Patient Advocate Foundation Expresses Sincere Appreciation to the Following Sponsors
Thank you to our 2020 Event Sponsors!
Amplifying the Patient Voice
September 25, 2020
We would like to extend our sincerest gratitude in support of our volunteers’ commendable acts of service. Amid an ever-changing health care landscape, we are grateful for the role our volunteers play in championing the patient’s voice.
Thank you for your extraordinary dedication.