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Health Care Transformation: Overcoming Challenges to Reach the Summit

June 9 - 10, 2014  l  Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center  l  Denver, CO
Register by April 17, 2014 to receive a $100 early bird discount!

The PCPCCHealthTeamWorks, and the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians invite you to join hundreds of medical home experts and thought leaders in health care at the PCPCC 2014 Western Regional Conference! Discussion topics will include payment reform, behavioral and mental health integration, patient engagement, state health reform and community partnerships. This year we're offering 6 engaging workshops including:
  • Crossing Tribal Boundaries: Getting Primary Care and Specialists to Work Together
  • On Our Best Behavioral Health: Supporting Patient Behavior in the Medical Home
  • To Be Truly Patient-Centered Shouldn't We Involve Our Patients?
  • Shaping Demand for High-Quality Care: The New Role of Consumers in Health Care Transformation
  • Disruption or Innovation? The Adoption of Health IT in the Medical Home
  • In Pursuit of the Triple Aim: "Mining" for Data
Download a preliminary agenda.
Registration Rates
Register online today and receive an early bird discount!
*Early bird rates expire on April 17, 2014!
Standard Early Bird Rate: $595 
Military/Government Early Bird Rate: $495
PCPCC Executive Members: $495
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Speaker Spotlight
Kevin Grumbach, MD, Chair, Family and Community Medicine Department, UCSF School of Medicine, is well-known for his research on primary care innovations and the medical home. Dr. Grumbach will deliver the closing keynote, "Health Care's Transition to a Team Sport: Overcoming the Barriers."
John Jenrette, MD, is CEO of the Sharp Community Medical Group, an association of private-practice primary-care physicians and specialists. Dr. Jenrette will moderate the panel, "Against the Odds: What Challenges Lie Ahead that Will Throw Us Off Course."
T.R. Reid, author, reporter for the Washington Post, and documentary film correspondent, directed the documentary "Sick Around the World." T.R. Reid will deliver the opening keynote, "Good News, Bad News: The Future Directions of U.S. Health Care."
Beverley H. Johnson is the President and CEO of the Institute for Patient and Family-Centered Care and has published widely on the topic of patient and family-centered care. Ms. Johnson will participate in our workshop titled "To Be Truly Patient-Centered, Shouldn't We Involve Our Patients?"
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