Special Discount for Gov't Employees: Don't Miss the Primary Care Policy Event of the Year!

Special Invitation for Government Employees
40% Discount on Registration to the Primary Care & Patient-Centered Medical Home Event of the Year!
We are committed to working with our state and federal government partners to promote primary care. To ensure there are no barriers to your participation next month in our Annual Fall Conference, we'd like to offer you a special 40% discount from our regular registration rate.

dividuals with a .gov, .state or .mil email address can register for only $300 using the code: gov2016 

This year's agenda includes an impressive line-up of speakers and sessions that will focus on the most important issues facing primary care today.

A few highlig

On the heels of the 2016 election, hear a timely keynote presentation by health policy analyst Susan Dentzer: "The Health Care Innovation Agenda for the Next Administration." 

Milbank Memorial Fund President Chris Koller will present an insightful afternoon keynote on the importance of measuring and increasing primary care spending: "Putting Our Money Where Our Mouth Is - Measuring and Increasing Primary Care Spend Rates."

Laura Sessums, JD, MD, Director of the Division of Advanced Primary Care, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), will speak on a panel, "Sustainable Payment for High-Performing Primary Care: How Do We Get There From Here?" featuring experts discussing how to effectively transition from volume-based to value-based payment.

The conference will be held Thursday, Nov. 10 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC, with special satellite events the evening before and the day after. View the detailed agenda, as well as details regarding our Barbara Starfield Primary Care Leadership Awards Dinner & 10th Anniversary Celebration (Nov. 9) and Shared Principles Summit (Nov. 11th). 

Register here with promotional code: gov2016
We hope you can join us during this very busy but exciting era of primary care transformation!

Your partner in primary care improvement,

Marci Nielsen, PhD, MPH
President & Chief Executive Officer
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