The VHA Innovation Experience (iEX) starts tomorrow! Over the past 10 weeks, the VHA Innovation Ecosystem (VHA IE) has delivered an inside look at the incredible people, events, and partners that will be at iEX, and now the time has finally come for you to take part.

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To take part in this engaging and informative virtual event, make sure you’re registered. To register for iEX, please click here. After registering, you will receive a special code that will allow you to login to the virtual platform. For the best experience, Google Chrome or another up-to-date browser is recommended.

Once you’ve logged into the virtual platform, here are a few tips to make sure you experience iEX at its fullest. First and foremost, build out your profile. This is how other attendees will learn more about you and connect with you. Next, begin exploring the platform, including the social wall, practice profiles, games and prizes, and speaker bios!

You can also participate in iEX via the iEX mobile app, which allows for direct chats between attendees, Shake & Connect, and receiving push notifications to your phone. To access the VHA iEX App, in either the Apple or Android app stores, please visit the iEX App download page. Once you have downloaded the app, you can then enter the code APPDOWNLOAD to receive your first points in Game & Prizes Event.

As an attendee, you can find and collect codes on Socio from challenges on the Game & Prizes tab or discover codes on your own during the event. Once you have a code, you can return to the Event Game and insert the code to earn points. The attendees with the most points will receive a prize!

Now that you’re all set to attend iEX, take a deeper dive into what will be available this year.

Do not miss a moment of iEX 2020. Register today and get ready!

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Published on Oct. 26, 2020

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