Registration. To attend the event or access certain features of the event, you will be asked to provide your complete contact information and respond to registration questions as it relates to the event. When you register for the event, you agree to provide accurate and complete information.
Eligibility. The NHC wants to engage with a variety of organizations and individuals to participate in this initiative and provide valuable feedback on the PC-CIS Blueprint. This virtual meeting is free and open to the public. We encourage anyone interested in value/health technology assessment, patient engagement, and patient-centered research to attend.
Cancellations must be requested via email to [email protected]. If the NHC cancels the event due to unforeseen circumstances, the organization will communicate the cancellation to all registered attendees in a timely manner alerting them of the event update or future plans to reschedule the event. Once you have received your personal registration confirmation to attend the event, it cannot be changed, substituted, or reissued to a different person, except in accordance with our Substitution Policy.
Substitutions are permitted prior to the commencement of the event. The individual submitting the substitution request is responsible for providing updated contact information via email to [email protected]. Substitutes must meet the event eligibility criteria and are only permissible if the substituting individual qualifies for the original registrant’s category.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
The NHC is committed to making each of its educational activities accessible to all participants so they may be actively involved in the meetings and conferences. If you have special physical, dietary, or communication needs that require auxiliary aids or services identified in the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact us at [email protected] so that we can accommodate your requests.
PERSONAL INFORMATION AND RECORDINGS
Your data privacy and security are important to us. The NHC will handle your personal information collected during registration and will use your registration information to update or add in our membership database, and send membership updates, communications, and surveys regarding the event.
Recordings. By attending the event, you give your express consent the NHC and its agents to photograph and record the event in visual and audio media. You agree and consent that the NHC has the right to record, transcribe, modify, perform, reproduce, display, distribute, and transmit in any form and for any purpose your name, company name, voice, picture, photograph, portrait, and other reproductions of your likeness (“image”) at the event in connection with any advertising or promotional content and materials, and for any other lawful purpose including by posting on public websites without any compensation to you. However, the NHC is not obligated to make any use of your Image, or exercise any of the rights granted to it. You also agree that your image may appear in photos of the event that are made available to you, other attendees of the event, and the public, and the NHC may retain and distribute those photos. If you do not wish to be photographed or filmed, please contact [email protected].
Those requesting media registration must be currently employed or retained by a news organization and approved in advance by the NHC. Media passes for freelance journalists will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Account representatives, sales executives and book authors do not meet the criteria for media registration. Audio recording is permissible when approved by presenters and the NHC for note taking purposes only. Video recording is prohibited. The reproduction or transmission of recordings is strictly prohibited without the express written consent of the NHC. If you have any questions regarding our media policy, please contact Jennifer Schleman, Vice President of Marketing Communications, at [email protected]
This event will include live transcription. However, if an attendee needs captioning for an activity or event that does not have it, we are happy to provide accommodation and have the activity captioned. For additional information please email [email protected].
Business casual attire is appropriate for NHC events, whether virtual or in-person.
CODE OF CONDUCT
NHC events are intended for education, networking and collaboration amongst attendees. The NHC is committed to providing a safe, supportive, and respectful event experience regardless of a person’s race, color, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship status, age, religion, disability status, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, physical appearance, or other characteristics. The NHC expects attendees to communicate professionally and constructively, not make disparaging remarks about other organizations or attendees, and uphold the professional and educational purposes of the event whether in person or virtually. We expect cooperation from all participants to help ensure a safe environment for everybody.
Reporting Unacceptable Behavior. Unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated. If you experience or notice others experience any of the above unacceptable behavior or have any other concerns, please contact Susan Gaffney, Executive Vice President of Membership, Development, and Events, at [email protected].
Our Commitment. The NHC will investigate all incidents reported with discretion and confidentiality. The NHC reserves the right to bar any attendee, who violates the Code of Conduct or these event policies, from attending future events.
For any questions regarding our event policies, please contact the NHC at [email protected].
AMENDMENT OF POLICIES, TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The NHC reserves the right to amend these policies, terms, and conditions from time to time. However, attendees will be subject to the policies, terms, and conditions in force at the time of submitted registration.