PCPCC Events: Webinar to Launch New Strategic Priorities at 1PM Today!

Webinar Today!
PCPCC Launches Strategic Priorities to Align & Engage Stakeholders
Thursday, July 16, 1:00-2:00pm ET
The day has finally arrived and we are very excited to share with you our new strategic plan for 2015-2018! How can we promote investment in primary care? Which links can be drawn by primary care practices between the community and the medical neighborhood? How can we entice patients, families and even employers to engage in improving care quality?  And finally, how can we build an interprofessional health workforce trained and prepared to deliver high quality primary care in team-based settings.

These are all critical questions we plan to address on today's webinar. Our 2015 strategic plan will bring forth ideas on how we can continue to play an instrumental role in advancing the U.S. health care system to be more effective and efficient with a strong foundation of primary care.

Join us to hear from a stellar panel of speakers as we present our new strategies 
on how to align, engage, and better collaborate with our partners, colleagues, patients and families in order to make this transformation a reality.
Marci Nielsen, PhD, MPH, Chief Executive Officer, PCPCC
Amy Gibson, RN, MS,Chief Operating Officer, PCPCC
Brad Thompson, MA, LPC-S, Caregiver & Director, The HALI Project; PCPCC Co-Chair for Patients, Families & Consumers Center
Dan Lowenstein, MBA, Senior Director, Public Affairs, Primary Care Development Corporation; PCPCC Co-Chair for Advocacy & Public Policy Center
Bill Warning, MD, FAAFP,  Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, Crozer-Keystone Health System; PCPCC Co-Chair for Care Delivery & Integration Center
Register now! This event is free to the public, but advanced registration is required.
We have officially launched the website for PCPCC's 2015 Annual Conference (in Washington, DC, Nov 11-13)  Visit the new site to explore our robust agenda and learn more about speakers, workshops, and additional events.

Events Include:
  • Preconference Workshops
  • Executive Member Meeting / Lunch
  • Panel & Breakout Sessions
  • Barbara Starfield Awards Dinner
  • Networking Reception
  • Team Care Challenge Luncheon
Participate in dozens of panel discussions and workshops focused on:
  • Payment reform in primary care;
  • Bolstering and expanding the primary care workforce; and
  • Activating patients and families in their care, quality improvement and policy development 
This year our program includes high-level policy discussions as well as "how-to" workshops led by primary care and medical home thought leaders and field experts.

Interested in sponsorship?  Learn about our exhibit hall, workshops, patient-scholarships, networking events and advertising opportunities here.


Physicians and Patients: Natural Partners in Identifying the Right Care
July 30, 1 - 2 p.m. EDT
As patients encounter rising costs for health care services, there are new opportunities for physicians to work with patients to understand how informed referrals and shared decision-making can improve patient experience. Too often, physicians don't have information on the relative cost of health care services or facilities. In an effort to work toward standardization and enable comparisons, the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) recently completed an 18 month pilot to produce total cost of care and resource-use data in 5 regions. Multi-payer claims data was used by physicians in participating regions and a physician leadership seminar was held  to educate, engage, and create a peer support network for effective use of data to drive practice transformation. This webinar will feature program results and a provide a summary of the next phase of NRHI's innovative work in this space. 

Explore pilot results here. 
Elizabeth Mitchell, President & CEO, Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement

Register today! This event is free to the public but advanced registration is required.

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