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National Summit: Leveraging Technology to Improve Access to Addiction Care

Technology is changing our response to addiction and the opioid crisis. Are you ready?

Join us on September 16 from 8 AM – 12 PM ET at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. for National Summit: Leveraging Technology to Improve Access to Addiction Care, a free event designed to help you leverage and apply technology to increase access and improve outcomes of addiction care.

With a dynamic learning agenda, policymakers, health care providers, industry leaders and individuals with lived experience will offer a comprehensive overview of the telehealth landscape, provider innovations and experiences, and new technologies.

New tools are being brought to market that can replace or supplement traditional medical practices and therapies. Thought leaders and early adopters will examine the issues that are changing health care with presentations, moderated panels and interactive sessions that will:

  • Explore current tech strategies to serve individuals with opioid use disorders.
  • Demonstrate digital approaches that are revolutionizing care.
  • Review best practices and mechanisms for financing.
Keynote Speaker Spotlight:

Nora Volkow, M.D.
Director, National Institute of Drug Abuse

Dr. Volkow’s groundbreaking research on brain imaging changed the way we view addictions and brought technology to the forefront of treatment. What’s next on the horizon? Join us for a rare opportunity to dive deep into the future of addiction technology with this leader of innovation.


Plan on staying in town after the event? Consider attending Hill Day 2019, the largest behavioral health advocacy event of the year. Hill Day unites hundreds of behavioral health providers, C-suite level executives, board members, consumers and community stakeholders in D.C. for sessions and workshops on federal behavioral health policy. After these sessions, Hill Day attendees take their message to Capitol Hill to advocate for better resources for mental health and addictions treatment in their communities. Register today!

To learn more about the tech summit or Hill Day 2019, please contact us.