Keynote Speaker Announced for #PCPCC2017 Conference



2017 PCPCC
Annual Fall Conference

 

Sarah Krug of Cancer101 to Keynote #PCPCC2017 

The PCPCC is proud to introduce Sarah Krug, CEO of Cancer 101, as our keynote speaker for the 2017 PCPCC Annual Conference. Cancer 101's mission is to empower, inform and engage patients and their caregivers to take control over their diagnosis, navigate the cancer journey, and partner with their healthcare team to make informed decisions.

Sarah is driven by her passion to make an impact in patient care and engagement. At the PCPCC conference, Sarah will discuss how healthcare organizations can efficiently and effectively solicit input from typical patients. Sarah will describe her efforts to garner patient input - including via patient shark tanks - from over 3,500 patients to shape over 550 innovations. 

Sarah's impressive work, along with Prescription 2, a Cancer 101 initiative, resulted in an invitation to hear Joe Biden deliver an update on the Cancer Moonshot initiative.

Sarah will serve as the keynote speaker on Wednesday, October 11
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Deadline Extended - October 4
 
Has your organization signed on to support the 2017 Shared Principles of Primary Care? Over 200 organizations have agreed to work toward this aspirational vision for the future of primary care and will be recognized at the official release of the Principles during our annual conference. Sign on by October 4 to join this extensive list of primary care supporters! 

Our conference, organized around and featuring innovators working toward and exemplifying the Shared Principles, will be held in Washington, DC on October 11-12. Join us as we work with the community to chart a new chapter for primary care that successfully engages patients in decision-making, relies on team-based care, incorporates population health, and commits to stewardship of scare resources.
 
 
 



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