Don't Miss the Primary Care, PCMH Event of the Year! PCPCC Annual Fall Conference Nov 9 -11 in DC

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This year marks the PCPCC's 10th anniversary!


To celebrate, we're planning a dynamic Annual Fall Conference & Awards Dinner unlike any we've hosted before. Don't miss the opportunity to attend the advanced primary care events of the year. Join us in November:

Barbara Starfield Awards Dinner

Wednesday, November 9, 2016
6:00 to 9:00 pm ET
Grand Hyatt Washington, DC

Dig out your party hat and join us for an unforgettable 10th Anniversary Celebration & annual Barbara Starfield Awards Dinner! We will pop the corks and toast to all that we have accomplished together in the past decade. We will also honor the outstanding contributions of three distinguished leaders dedicated to promoting advanced primary care and the medical home:

Barbara Starfield Primary Care Leadership Award
Paul Grundy, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Officer & Global Director, Healthcare Transformation, IBM
Founding President, PCPCC

Patient-Centered Medical Home Practice Award
Salvatore Volpe, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Staten Island Performing Provider System



Primary Care Community/Research Leadership Award
Edward Wagner, MD, MPH
Senior Investigator, Group Health Research Institute
Director (Emeritus), MacColl Center for Health Care Innovation



Annual Fall Conference*

Thursday, November 10, 2016
7:30 am to 7:00 pm ET
Grand Hyatt Washington, DC
Sept. 30 Early Bird Deadline is quickly approaching - REGISTER HERE

Come ready to learn, grow, and make memories! This year's conference is condensed into one exciting day, offering engaging and insightful sessions focused on the most important issues at hand.

Unlike any conference we've hosted before, #PCPCC2016 offers you a unique opportunity to learn beyond current advanced primary care initiatives, and identify strategies that can help you achieve success in the future environment. In celebration of our 10th anniversary, you will also get to hear 10-minute spotlight talks from inspirational leaders of the past decade. 

CME credits are available!*

Don't Miss Keynote Presentations from:

Susan Dentzer
President & CEO,The Network for Excellence in Health Innovation

The Health Care Innovation Agenda for the Next Administration 
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.

Chris Koller
President, Milbank Memorial Fund

Putting Our Money Where Our Mouth is – Measuring & Increasing Primary Care Spend Rates
Mr. Koller will unveil compelling data from the state of Rhode Island that has never before been released. This data tells a story & sets an example for the rest of the country. How can we identify and promote legislative & regulatory policies that advance primary care & increase the overall percentage of health care dollars that are spent on primary care?


Headline Topics include:

Primary Care & Policy: Post-Election Analysis, featuring: 

Yvette Fontenot, MPP, Partner, Avenue Solutions and former Deputy Director of the Office of Health Reform at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Elizabeth Fowler, PhD JD, Vice President, Global Health Policy, Johnson & Johnson

Dan Todd, JD, Principal of Washington, DC-based Todd Strategy, a consulting firm focused on the federal health care legislative and regulatory policy-making process; also former Senior Health Counsel to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee

Paying for High-Performing Primary Care, featuring: 

Christine Bechtel, MA, President and CEO, Bechtel Health Advisory Group; former Vice President, National Partnership for Women and Families

Robert Berenson, MD, Fellow, The Urban Insitute

Suzanne Delbanco, PhD, Executive Director, Catalyst for Payment Reform

Jill Rubin Hummel, JD, President & General Manager, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of Connecticut

Laura Sessums, JD, MD
Director, Division of Advanced Primary Care, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation

Special 10th Anniversary Feature

Primary Care Promoters - Stories About Advancing the Primary Care Movement

10-minute, inspiring spotlight talks from those nominated as “Primary Care Promoters” of the decade, reflecting diverse stakeholders who’ve been key in driving primary care transformation:

Dominic Mack, MD, MBA, Director, National Center for Primary Care, Morehouse School of Medicine

Benjamin Miller, PsyD, Director, Eugene S. Farley, Jr. Health Policy Center, Department of Family Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine

Len Nichols, PhD, Director, Center for Health Policy Research and Ethics & Professor of Health Policy, George Mason University

Melissa Thomason, Patient/Family Advisor, Vidant Health System

Rodney Whitlock, PhD, Vice President, Health Policy, ML Strategies; former Health Policy Advisor and Acting Health Policy Director for U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley

*This Live activity, Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) Annual Fall Conference, with a beginning date of 11/10/2016, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 7.00 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Showcase Your Support: Invest in a Sponsorship

Sponsorship of our Annual Fall Conference and/or Barbara Starfield Awards Dinner provides the perfect opportunity to show your support for patient-centered primary care. All events will allow for the creation of valuable relationships with the top players in advanced primary care, medical home, and accountable care markets. Various levels of sponsorships are available, with discounts for PCPCC executive members.

On November 11, following the Annual Fall Conference, our Support & Alignment Network will host a unique all-day training for patient & family advisors and their clinician partners. Patient-centered care can only be advanced and sustained through intentional partnership between clinicians and their patients, and this training will help lay the foundation to do just that!

Come and learn from health care staff and fellow patient advisors about your role in partnership, receive direct support from expert faculty actively working in the field of patient- and family-centered care, and leave inspired to make an impact in your practice. Scholarships are available for a limited time. Learn more, here.

Thanks to Our Generous Sponsors: 

Thanks to the generous sponsors that have already committed to support this year's conference and Awards Dinner. Please consider joining them in supporting our mission. See available sponsorships here.   






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