"What’s the Fix?" (#WTFix) is a movement and an event that started in 2017 to help the industry learn from people. Most health care conferences focus on industry insiders talking to each other. "What’s the Fix?" highlights real people with real stories of overcoming health care challenges and driving change to the system as a result. The conference is about being human, being empathetic and using storytelling as a way to drive change in an industry that really needs help.
"What’s the Fix?" features courageous people navigating a dysfunctional system and inspiring change along the way. Whether you're a patient, caregiver, doctor, med student or someone who works in a hospital or health system, we all have a shared goal — finding new and better ways to fix health care.
Registration is free! Participants may attend in person (limited seating) or virtually. Register now >
How to attend
- Virtual attendees: The conference will be livecast with an active online Q&A, so attend any of the sessions or the entire day virtually by registering as a Virtual Attendee.
- In-person attendees:
- Main stage — There will be limited seating available for registration in the Auditorium of the Health Learning Building (HLB Auditorium 1.111, 1501 Red River Street)
- Second stage — There will also be speaker Q&A, networking and a livecast viewing of the event in the Health Discovery Building Auditorium (HDB Auditorium 1.208, 1701 Trinity Street)
Please check the conference website for more information, speakers and workshops. Learn more >
Public transit access via Cap Metro bus lines (7, 10, 20, 37, 100, 111,127, 171, 935, 985). Stop ID 866: Trinity/18th