The preliminary conference program is available here. Details on the full agenda and much more will be posted here as they become available.
Registration is now open. Click Here to Register
All participants for the Annual Conference must register.
The standard registration fee is $500 per person. Early Bird registration discounts are available through July 17, 2020.
Volume Discount Codes
NAHDO is pleased to offer discounted registrations to organizations with multiple participants. Please use the following codes to receive the appropriate discount.
Registration Rates (Early Bird good through July 17, 2020)
|Participant #||Full Rate||Early Bird Rate||Discount Code|
*may be used more than once if more than 5 participants.
Member Discounted Rates (Early Bird good through July 17, 2020)
Members: Please contact email@example.com to receive the appropriate codes. Members must be current on paid dues to receive the code.
|Participant #||Full Rate||Early Bird Rate|
NAHDO will provide codes for discounts to qualifying sponsors and presenters. Please use the code you receive from NAHDO. For more information about discounts, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
All refunds are subject to a $50 per person administrative fee. Requests for refunds must be received no later than Monday, August 3, 2020. No refunds will be issued after that date.
Steering and Program Committee
Thank you to the volunteers that have serve on the Steering and Program Planning Committees:
Pat Merryweather, Project Patient Care
Craig Schneider, IMPAQ
Conference Steering Committee
Niall Brennan, HCCI
Kathy Hines, The Center for Health Information and Analysis
Kenley Money, Arkansas Center for Health Improvement
Jo Porter, UNH Institute for Health Policy & Practice
Conference Program Committee
Tanya Bernstein, Freedman Healthcare
Andrea Clark, BerryDunn
Christina Cuthbertson, Partnership HealthPlan of California
Joanna Duncan, OnPoint
Helen Figge, MedicaSoft
Deb Gray, The Center for Health Information and Analysis, Massachusetts
Betty Harney, The Center for Health Information and Analysis, Massachusetts
Nikole Helvey, Florida Center for Health Information and Transparency
Sylvia Hobbs, The Center for Health Information and Analysis, Massachusetts
Oscar Ibarra, Center for Medical Economics and Data Analytics, Maryland
Chris Krawczyk, Office of Statewide Health Planning & Development, California
Alix Jones, The Center for Health Information and Analysis, Massachusetts
Kate Mullins, HSRI
Brantley Scott, Utah Department of Health
Louis Simone, Michigan Data Collaborative
Emma Schlitzer, The Center for Health Information and Analysis, Massachusetts
Claudine Williams, Center for Medical Economics and Data Analytics, Maryland