Through advocacy and events, the National Indian Health Board
(NIHB) ensures that the unified voice of all federally-recognized Tribes is heard at all levels of decision-making – in the Congress, at the White House, and at the federal agency level. At this time of presidential transition, it is more important than ever to be ready to engage with the new Administration and federal agency leaders charged with interpreting and implementing legislation that will impact the health of Tribal people.
For this reason, NIHB humbly invites Tribes to join a virtual Tribal Health Nations Summit
on Wednesday, December 16, 2020 to identify the consensus requests for the Biden-Harris Administration. Please join us and make sure your concerns are raised to help inform and craft the Tribal health agenda for the new Administration.
NIHB invites Tribes or Tribal organizations to share their respective policy agenda, priority list, or similar type of document. NIHB also welcomes Tribes to share any health-related requests that were presented to the current administration. Information shared ensures that the NIHB 2021 Tribal Health Policy Agenda is informed by your Tribe’s priorities. To share any relevant materials, please email email@example.com
with “Tribal health agenda” as the subject line.
REGISTRATION OPENS SOON!
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
1:00-6:00 PM Eastern Time
Who should attend?
Tribal leaders, Tribal council members, healthcare administrators, advocates, partners
Last modified: December 2, 2020