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The 2020 C-TAC Summit, held virtually from Oct. 27-30, gathers hundreds of leaders who tirelessly fight to improve the lives of those facing serious illness and their families. This fast-paced event will expose you to scores of experts and topics in a matter of days that will offer practical insights and resources that can help you maximize your impact in the communities you serve.

1. Shape the future of serious illness care

From community-based approaches for care to new efforts to address health inequities, the initiatives that will define our field in the years to come are taking place at the Summit. Don’t miss your chance to make your mark.

2. Learn best practices from the frontlines

During the Summit, you’ll join roughly 100 expert speakers, participating in a variety of small sessions, interactive labs and inspiring plenaries.

3. Benefit from insider policy analysis

C-TAC has always been at the center of the policy conversation when it comes to serious illness care. By joining the Summit, you’ll tap into our expertise and that of our partners as we discuss new care models and the latest updates from Capitol Hill that affect your work.

4. Hear the latest commitments to action

The Summit is a platform for our movement, where leaders announce new funding and programs that will transform the way we face serious illness. Take the virtual Summit stage and tell us what you will do to support the most vulnerable among us.

5. Exchange ideas and forge new bonds

In this time of isolation, community is more important than ever. During our Summit, you’ll be able to engage one-on-one with hundreds of innovators on our virtual event platform, reconnecting with your colleagues and building new connections with leaders who share your passion for improving serious illness care.

The Summit is a chance for a diverse array of voices to find a sense of community through their shared dedication to improving serious illness care. Don’t miss your chance to join the conversations that will define the future of our field.

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