Symposium on poverty organized at the headquarters of the IEHP

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA., August 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Facilitating ongoing conversations to benefit the health and well-being of its most vulnerable members, Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) has organized the Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County (CAPSBC) Fourth Annual Poverty Symposium 2022 friday july 29 at his seat.

The event brought together elected officials, policymakers and community leaders to share innovative solutions that tackle poverty-related issues in the county. The symposium also included a keynote address by University of California Riverside Professor of Public Policy, David Bradyand panel presentations featuring housing industry experts, youth service providers and more.

“We are very grateful for the hospitality of the IEHP team in enabling us to host this year’s poverty symposium at their facilities,” said Xiomara Henriquez-Ortegaresponsible for administrative support.

“Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County appreciates our long-term partnership with IEHP, and we appreciate their continued support to help us pursue our mission of helping people and changing lives. This event was an important part of our advocacy efforts to impact change in our communities, and it is a collective effort that we are working on with our key partners. »

IEHP’s 400,000 square foot Atrium building is no stranger to hosting positive and impactful events.

In addition to being a home base for more than 2,800 IEHP employees, the ENERGY STAR® certified facility served internal team members, industry professionals and the community for the celebrations and when needed.

Past events at the Atrium have included the annual health plan mission conference, innovative health information technology showcases, distributions of COVID-19 personal protective equipment, super clinics vaccines and more.

“Events like the CAPSBC Poverty Symposium stimulate critical discussions and connections that move our communities forward,” said IEHP’s Senior Director of Community Health. Cesar Armendariz. “We are extremely grateful for our strong partnership with CAPSBC and the great work they do and we look forward to welcoming future collaborations with our many community partners to our beautiful Atrium site as we work together to heal and inspire. the human mind.”

About IEHP

With a mission to heal and inspire the human spirit, Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) is one of the top 10 Medicaid health plans and the nation’s largest nonprofit Medicare-Medicaid plan. In its 26th year, the IEHP supports more than 1.5 million inhabitants in Riverside and Saint Bernardine counties enrolled in Medicaid or Cal MediConnect plans and has a growing network of more than 7,800 providers and nearly 3,000 team members. Through dynamic partnerships with providers and community organizations, paired with award-winning service and a tradition of quality care, IEHP is fully committed to its vision: we will continue to enjoy optimal care for our communities. and vibrant health. For more information, visit

SOURCE Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP)

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