We’re so excited for you to join us at the Future of Health Summit next week, but first, please make sure that you read and adhere to our COVID-19 policy.
As part of our commitment to the safety of our guests and to model responsible behavior as a convening of healthcare leaders, we are requiring the following for admittance to the event:1) Provide proof of Vaccination
2) Provide proof of a Negative COVID-19 test before checking in
3) Wear mask in accordance with our policyIn order to cut down on wait times when checking in to the Summit, we ask all speakers and attendees to do the following before arriving on site.
If you’re unable to use the Health Pass App for proof of vaccination verification, plan on bringing a digital or paper copy of your vaccine card to the event to display at registration.
If you're having trouble with Health Pass, please see the Clear support page
We strongly encourage you to take a COVID test prior to arrival at the Summit to avoid delays at registration. We will be ensuring that all Summit attendees provide proof of a negative COVID test taken on or after Sunday 9/26
We will accept a negative COVID-19 test result (either PCR or Antigen) from any diagnostic test with an FDA Emergency Use Authorization.
If you choose to perform an at-home antigen test, please choose one of the FDA EUA approved diagnostic tests: see this link for reference.
Please plan to provide digital or physical proof of vaccination including a paper copy, picture, email, or screenshot with a timestamp of your testing result.
We will be offering limited day-of testing from 7 AM to 2 PM on Thursday 9/30. However, we can only accommodate a limited number of guests per hour so please think of this as a backup option for those who are unable to complete the Summit COVID-19 requirements before arrival to the Summit. Sign up will be available starting on Sunday 9/26 and will be available on a first-come first-serve basis. Admittance to the event for day-of test takers will only happen after negative test results have been confirmed by the clinicians on site.
Per Washington D.C. mandates, everyone (including fully vaccinated individuals) are required to wear masks in indoor settings.
You may remove your mask in the following circumstances:
If you need a mask, one will be provided for you at Registration.