IEHP Hosts Mission Conference for Healthcare Leaders

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA., May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Inland Empire Health Plan Hosted Nearly 200 Healthcare Leaders at Its Second Annual Mission Conference May 6. Held at the registered office of his company at Rancho Cucamongathe conference featured educational and networking opportunities and a keynote presentation from New York Times bestselling author and CEO of Reality-Based Leadership Cy Wakeman.

Inland Empire Health Plan and CEO Jarrod McNaughton hosted nearly 200 healthcare leaders at its second annual Mission Conference on May 6. Cy Wakeman, author-marketer and CEO of Reality-Based Leadership.

Mission conference was first held in 2019, but took a hiatus during the COVID-19 pandemic. Gatherings may have been suspended, but work certainly has not,” said the IEHP CEO. Jarrod McNaughton. “It was important for us as leaders in healthcare to come together to reflect on the challenges and successes of the past two years, strengthen our bonds, reclaim our collective courage and find opportunities to better meet the needs of those whom we serve in the Inner Empire.”

Like the inaugural event, this year’s conference brought together healthcare CEOs, hospital board members and other industry leaders from across the state to share collective preparedness. of the future in a post-pandemic world.

This year’s event also honored the first-ever recipients of IEHP’s Living the Mission INSPIRE Award, which honors providers, community organizations and partners for their commitment to the health plan’s mission.heal and inspire the human spirit.” This year, the recognized Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County for their dedication to eradicating the effects of poverty and SAC Health System for their tireless support and service to residents of both Riverside and Saint Bernardine counties.

Sharing his perspective on what the pandemic can teach us about post-traumatic growth, Wakeman highlighted how the experiences of the past year can be leveraged to build lasting resilience and reduce burnout and stress. exhaustion. “If you’re in healthcare, you have to do two things. You have to love people and call on them. Remind people that what we’re doing here is sacred,” Wakeman shared with conference attendees.

“What makes the IEHP Mission Conference unique is its ability to celebrate courage and truly inspire the future of health and wellbeing in the Inland Empire,” said the President. of the IEHP Board of Directors and the San Bernardino County Third District Supervisor. Dawn Rowe. “Putting it all under one roof cultivates a type of collaboration that will sculpt and define the Inland Empire’s public health systems for generations.”

To learn more about how IEHP is charting a collaborative path, visit or follow IEHP on social media.

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 his 26and year, the IEHP accompanies more than 1.5 million inhabitants in Riverside and Saint Bernardine counties that are enrolled in Medicaid or Cal MediConnect plans and has a growing network of more than 7,800 providers and nearly 2,500 team members. Through dynamic partnerships with providers and community organizations, coupled with award-winning service and a tradition of quality care, IEHP is fully committed to its vision: We will not rest until our communities enjoy optimal care and vibrant health. For more information, visit

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