UPDATED: Over 125 organizations coming to 2017 SoCal State of Reform

(This post is updated with organizations as of Wednesday at 11:30 PST.)

This is an impressive list.

This is why State of Reform is called “the most important health policy conference of the year!”

With over 125 organizations already confirmed to be with us on December 5th in San Diego, things are getting very exciting.  We typically get about half of our registration in the last 10 days before our event.  So, things are shaping up nicely in advance of our 2017 Southern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference.

The event convenes one of the broadest, most diverse group of senior health care executives and health policy leaders in California.  We expect about 250 folks to be with us on December 5th, an impressive turnout for our first year holding this conference in San Diego.

If your organization is on this list, I’m excited to be hosting you next week! If it’s not on this list, I’d be happy to add you to it as you get registered over the next 10 days.  We’ll add to the list as the days tick ahead.

24 Hour FitnessPalomar HealthConsumers Union
24Hr HomeCarePerry CommunicationsCOPE Health Solutions
3M Health Information SystemsPhilipsCounty of San Diego, Health & Human Services Agency
Aetna Better HealthPhRMACSUSM
Aldrich AdvisorsPlanned Parenthood of the Pacific SouthwestDaiichi Sankyo
Alliance Healthcare FoundationRady Children's Hospital - San DiegoDaponde Szabo Rowe, PC
American Enterprise InstituteSan Diego 211Department of Public Health, Cal State LA
American Liver Foundation, Pacific Coast DivisionSan Diego County Health and Human Services AgencyDMHC
AMRSan Diego County Medical SocietyGhose & Associates
Analytica ConsultingSan Diego Health COnnectGreater YMCA of San Diego County
Ark.one HealthSan Diego State UniversityHASDIC
Arthur J GallagherSan Mateo County Health SystemHealth and Human Services Agency
Assembly Aging and Long-Term Care CommitteeSan Ysidro HealthHealth Center Partners of Southern California
Assembly Health CommitteeScripps Mercy Emergency DepartmentHealth Plan of San Mateo
Axene Health PartnersSDSU / VisionSourceHealth Services Advisory Group
Barney & BarneySEIU United Healthcare Workers-WestHHSA
Beacon Health OptionsSharp Health PlanInstitute for Healthcare Advancement
BiocomSharp HealthCareInstitute on Aging
Blue Shield of CaliforniaSharp Rees-Stealy Medical GroupIntegrative Services
Borrego Community Health FoundationSoCalFRESHJohn Hoy Campaigns
Bristol Myers SquibbSouth Bay Community ServicesJohnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Inc.
California Association of Public HospitalsSpiral TherapyKaiser Permanente
California Chronic Care CoalitionSt. Joseph HealthKP Public Affairs
California Dental AssociationSt. Vincent de Paul Village Family Health CenterLA Care
California Health Policy StrategiesSycale AdvisorsLA County DHS
California Nurses AssociationThe Public Good ProjectsLegacy Health Strategies
California Primary CareToyon AssociatesMaxim Healthcare Services
California State AssemblyTransform HealthMental Health Systems
California State University San MarcosUC Irvine School of MedicineMomentum for Mental Health
California State University, Los AngelesUC San DiegoMonarch HealthCare
CAPGUCLA Schools of Dentistry and Public HealthMoss Adams
Care1st/ Blue Shield of CaliforniaUnion of Pan Asian CommunitiesMulticultural Health Foundation
CenCal HealthVision SourceNeighborhood Healthcare
CircassiaVista Community ClinicNielsen Merksamer
City of Chula VistaVista HillOffice of Senator Toni G. Atkins
Community Health GroupVoice of San DiegoOrange County Health Care Agency
Community Health Improvement PartnersWest Health InstituteOtsuka
Consumer Advocates for RCFE Reform (CARR)Pacific Business Group on Health