NIC Webinar Series

Since May 2019, every Friday at noon (Eastern), scores of professionals, from across the U.S. and beyond, come together to share knowledge; engage in cross-domain discussions; learn from subject matter experts; and actually collaborate to catalyze change at all levels.


I am proud that the NIC has been able to host so many important webinars and conversations over the past year. This treasure trove of expert content provides a one-stop-shop for the most current information about national efforts to achieve person-centered care and advance interoperability.
- NIC Webinars Host | SOCI President and Co-PI for NIC, Daniel Stein

In 1 Year!
50 Webinars | 5K+ Participants | 150+ Speakers

A New Focus for NIC Webinars

Starting in a couple of weeks, we’re going to resume our regular Friday webinar and shift its focus. We’ll still offer discussions/insights on a wide variety of topics relating to cross-sector information-sharing, and we hope you’ll join us for as many as possible. But we’ll also be highlighting an important theme in most of them: SOCI’s new Action Agenda for Advancing Upstream Social Determinants and Health Equity.

On behalf of all of us at Stewards of Change Institute (SOCI), which is NIC’s nonprofit parent organization, I extend my deep thanks to all of my colleagues, old and new friends, and other supporters who have helped us organize these “deep dive” webinars. We’re particularly grateful to the scores of presenters who have made the time to lead conversations, answer questions, and stimulate activities during and after each one.

Daniel Stein - NIC Webinars Host | SOCI President and Co-PI for NIC

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"Thank you for this webinar, very informative!" - Juliet Gerstenfeld
"Thank you for the great presentation" - Shabnam Seyedzadeh Sabounchi
"Very informative!" - Kevin Osgood
"Thanks for the informative presentation!" - Cole Stanley
"Thank you Dr. Manuel. Very informative. Thank you Daniel and SOC." - Marta Kuperwasser
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