Upcoming Webinar: Oregon's Innovative Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Program

Oregon's Innovative PCPCH Program

The Oregon legislature established the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Program (PCPCH) in 2009 through passage of House Bill 2009. The goals of the program are to develop strategies to identify and measure what a primary care home does, promote their development, and encourage Oregonians to seek care through recognized Patient-Centered Primary Care Homes.  

Evan Saulino, MD, PhD, is a family physician at the Providence Southeast Family Medicine Clinic. He acts as the Clinical Advisor for Oregon’s PCPCH Program, which works with clinics serving over three million patients across Oregon. On this webinar, he will describe innovative work by the Oregon Health Authority PCPCH Program.

Dr. Saulino will also discuss new legislation in Oregon, passed in July 2017, to double, over a five-year period, the amount of money spent by all Oregon payers on primary care. These additional funds will be channeled into primary care alternative payment models.    

Date:          Tuesday, January 30
Time:          3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET  
Register:    Click here to register

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