The VHA Innovation Experience returns virtually in October

Register today to Celebrate and Discover Innovation at the VHA Innovation Experience, Oct. 27-29


The VHA Innovation Experience (iEX) is returning this October, allowing Veterans and the public to discover how the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is using innovation, partnership, and technology to change and save Veteran lives! With the health and safety of our attendees in mind, the event will be broadcasted virtually from the National Press Club, October 27-29, 2020. Registration is now open for attendees!

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Mark Johnson

iEx 2020 will be highlighted by keynote speaker Mark Johnson, co-founder of leading innovation consulting company Innosight. Johnson will discuss how innovators throughout VHA can turn their visionary thinking into reality and innovate for the long-term future, impacting Veteran health care for years to come. He will also discuss how disruptive change does not need to be a threat – it can become a tremendous opportunity for growth.

Johnson, a Navy Veteran, co-founded Innosight with Harvard Business School professor Clayton M. Christensen in 2000 and is author or co-author of a number of books, most recently being Lead From the Future (March 10, 2020).

Virtual attendees will also be able to discover and engage in all the innovation taking place across the VHA Innovation Ecosystem through a myriad of presentations and events – even visiting virtual event booths. While the virtual platform may be different from previous years, the event will be just as exciting. Save the date to experience:

By registering today, you’ll be sure not to miss out on news and information leading up to VHA iEX and receive access to the event app the moment it becomes available. The countdown has begun so mark your calendars for October 27-29 and register today!



Matthew Razak

Matthew Razak supports VA as a contractor with Atlas Research, a Washington, D.C.-based consulting firm providing strategic advisory and applied research services to federal health and social service agencies. Matt has been working with VA for the past six years supporting social media and communication efforts.