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6th Summit on Transparency and Public ReportingDate: October 03, 2019 12:00 PM Location: Nationwide Children's Hospital
Join us as we unite patients, parents, health professionals, administrators, payers, media, federal partners, and policymakers to lead the field of congenital cardiovascular care into a new age of transparent reporting. This summit is the sixth in a series of meetings intended to develop a thoughtful and actionable approach to transparency and public reporting across the field of congenital cardiology aimed at consumer access to critical, reliable, timely and understandable data for children and adults with congenital heart disease, as well as improved quality and outcomes.Register Now >
Congenital Heart Gala - MilwaukeeDate: October 18, 2019 6:00 Location: The Grain Exchange
Join us in Wisconsin on Friday, October 18th at The Grain Exchange, for dinner, a silent auction, and entertainment, including Master of Ceremonies, Tommy Riles, who is a heart dad, comedian, and the founder of Life of Dad. Don't miss this great event sponsored by Children's Hospital of Wisconsin to benefit to support children and adults born with the most common birth defect.Register Now >
Congenital Heart Gala - San FranciscoDate: November 09, 2019 6:30 Location: The Fairmont
Registration for the Inaugural Congenital Heart Gala in San Francisco is now open! Join us in the golden state on Saturday, November 9th at Fairmont San Francisco, for dinner, a silent auction, and entertainment, including Master of Ceremonies, Tommy Riles, who is a heart dad, comedian, and the founder of Life of Dad. Don't miss this great event sponsored by Stanford Children's Health - Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford to benefit to support children and adults born with the most common birth defect.Register Now >
30 Days of A Grieving Mother
Losing a child is a trial like no other. There is no one set way to grieve. There is no one way to carry on. In this special post, Heather Speakman, shares part of her family's journey after the loss of her daughter, Madison.Full Story>