HIT Summit

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CMA's 2nd Annual HIT Summit

Save the date and plan to join us in San Francisco for the second annual CMA HIT Summit, "Health IT in the Safety Net." Click here to see our tentative agenda.

  • Date: May 7-8, 2024
  • Location: Grand Hyatt at SFO in San Francisco



As California works to expand coverage to underserved populations, health IT can play a pivotal role in ensuring equitable access to care. The CMA HIT Summit will bring together thought leaders from across California and the nation to explore how to make that vision a reality.

Building off the huge success of last year’s sold-out summit, CMA expects a diverse and engaged set of attendees that will include physicians, medical groups and IPAs, health plans, health information organizations (HIOs) and others who will take the learnings from this conference to change how care is delivered in this state.

Those interested in becoming sponsors can view event sponsorship packages here.


If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact David Ford or call CMA’s member services at (800) 786-4262.

Featured Speakers:

  • David Ford
    VP of Health Information Technology
    California Medical Association
    CEO, CMA Physician Services Organization
  • Dustin Corcoran
    California Medical Association
  • Adimika Arthur, MPH
    CEO and Executive Director, HealthTech 4 Medicaid
  • Mat Kendall, MPH
    Co-Founder and President, Aledade
  • Jennifer N. Sayles, MD, MPH
    Chief Executive, Population Health Learning Center
  • Palav Babaria, MD, MHS
    Chief Quality Officer and Deputy Director of Quality and Population Health Management, California Department of Health Care Services
  • Robert Moore, MD, MPH, MBA
    Chief Medical Officer, Partnership HealthPlan of California
  • Steven Wang, MD, MBA
    Chair, CMA Subcommittee on Health Information Technology

To register for the event, click here and stay tuned for more information about our presenters.

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