Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies Announces Sponsorship Opportunities for the CGI 2023 Integrated Care Conference
By: Cummings Graduate Institute
CGI's unique audience of health professionals represents diverse disciplines working to improve healthcare outcomes for all. Their community includes healthcare executives, managers, payers, nonprofit organizations, policy advocates, and entrepreneurs. CGI's academic student body and faculty represent four countries, at least 24 states within the US, and various healthcare license types, including psychiatric nurse practitioners, social workers, counselors, marriage and family therapists, behavior analysts, midwives, and more. The 2023 CGI Integrated Care Conference aims to unite and inform those with a deep desire to improve their understanding of integrating care and their ability to serve vulnerable populations.
Sponsors of the 2023 CGI Integrated Care Conference can increase their brand awareness with attendees through logo placement with organization links on our conference website, brochure, and email marketing. Multiple partnership packages are available at a various levels of support, including the Title Sponsor package featuring an exceptional array of benefits, prime placement, and maximum visibility and impact onsite at the conference.
View the Sponsorship Opportunities Prospectus to explore conference sponsorship opportunities:
To learn more about the 2023 CGI Integrated Care Conference, visit https://cgi.edu/
About Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies (CGI)
Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies is a nonprofit, DEAC accredited, online post-graduate institution of higher learning offering post-graduate education and training in the field of integrated behavioral healthcare. CGI is focused on meeting the healthcare industry's need for a highly-skilled workforce to support an integrated approach to addressing patients' needs.
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