Attend #PCPCC2016 for Only $25! Special Opportunity for Health Professions Students

PCPCC Annual Fall Conference
& 10th Anniversary Celebration
Attention Health Professions Students:

You Are Cordially Invited
to Attend the Primary Care Event of the Year!
Our commitment to support an interprofessional, team-based health workforce as a means for strengthening primary care is stronger than ever, and thus we invite all health professions students to attend our Annual Fall Conference for just $25 (that's $475 off the regular registration rate!). 

The agenda includes an impressive line-up of speakers and sessions chock full of valuable insights on advanced primary care, health care policy, payment reform, team-based care, patient engagement, and much more. It offers you the opportunity to learn innovative strategies for redesigning primary care through highly-effective interdisciplinary teams. 

Here are just a few highlights: 
  • Our “Putting Best Practices into Community Playbooks: How to Scale Person-Centered, Team-Based Primary Care for All” panel will share their perspectives on best practices from across the country that have proven successful and offer their insight into how payment reform can help to incentivize these efforts in other communities, regions, and states.
  • "Primary Care Rock Stars" - Hear short, inspiring riffs from those nominated as “Primary Care Rock Stars” of the decade, reflecting diverse stakeholders who’ve been key in driving the music of primary care transformation. 
  • Shared Principles Primary Care Summit - are you interested in shaping the future of advanced primary care within the U.S. health system? Are you passionate about defining person-centered, team-based primary care for patients, health care providers, payers, and others? Join us for a special post-conference summit focused on developing new “Shared Principles for Person-Centered, Team-Based Primary Care” that will help set the future agenda of the PCPCC’s work.
To take advantage of this offer, apply the special discount code "Student2016" when you register online. After applying the code, select the "Conference Registration Only" option. Then, be prepared to show your student ID when you check in at the registration desk upon arrival.* 

You are the future of the health professions, and we hope you can join us as we embark on another exciting era of health transformation!

Best regards,

Marci Nielsen, PhD, MPH
President & CEO, Primary Care Collaborative

*If you are not a health professions student, please consider forwarding this offer to students in your network.
Keynote Speaker Spotlight

On the heels of the 2016 presidential election, esteemed journalist and health policy analyst Susan Dentzer will offer keen insight on the future of primary care transformation & the “quadruple aim” within the context of other health systems innovations.

Susan Dentzer, a leading national expert in health care and health policy, is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Network for Excellence in Health Innovation. In her role as President and CEO, Dentzer drives the organization’s strategic agenda and priorities, works closely with its members to identify key issues, promotes NEHI’s research and policy recommendations, and serves as the organization’s spokesperson, providing insightful analyses of the U.S. health care system.

If primary care is so important, why do we know so little about how much of our health care dollar goes to support it? What happens to expenses and population health if we invest more? The President of the Milbank Memorial Fund will discuss recent efforts nationally and in several states to measure the portion of medical expenses invested in primary care and what happens in the delivery system when that portion is increased.
Christopher Koller is president of the Milbank Memorial Fund, a national operating foundation that improves population health by connecting leaders and decision makers with the best evidence and experience. Before that, he served in the State of Rhode Island from 2005 to 2013 as the nation’s first health insurance commissioner, where he and his team aligned regulation and commercial health insurance rate review with statutory authority to help promote delivery system reform, in such areas as primary care transformation.
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