Webinar 1 ET TODAY on Patient Engagement; March 31 webinar on employer support for PCMH - Don't Miss!

Join US TODAY for Free Webinar on Patient Engagement 
Redesigning your clinical practice can be overwhelming. Where should you start? 

Join us TODAY from 1:00-2:30 pm ET* to learn from high-performing practices regarding how you can successfully include patients in your practice improvement efforts. 
Patients and family caregivers can provide crucial insight that will help you make decisions to prioritize your quality improvement efforts. Patients usually know what is working for other patients in the practice and what changes could make a big difference in making the practice more patient- and family-centered. 
*Immediately following the 60-minute webinar, there will be an optional 30-minute Q&A session with the presenters. 

About This Webinar Series:
Stay tuned! This is only the second webinar in a series hosted by the PCPCC SAN each month. Future topics will include how to improve patient and family-centered care; how to be an effective partner and build meaningful relationships; patient and family advisory councils; assessing patient experiences; collaborating with community partners; etc.

*This webinar is free-of-charge and is supported by Grant Number 1L1CMS-331478-01-00 from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The contents provided in this webinar are solely the responsibility of the presenters and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS or any of its agencies.

Join Us March 31 To Hear How Employers Can Support the PCMH
What can employers do to support primary care practice transformation?  

Join us March 31 from 1:00-2:00 pm ET to hear a detailed overview of a new issue brief we published this month in partnership with the National Business Group on Health, "The Primary Care Imperative: New Evidence Shows Importance of Investment in Patient-Centered Medical Homes."

During this webinar, the PCPCC and the National Business Group on Health, will provide an overview of a new Issue Brief that reviews the capabilities of the PCMH model, addresses common employer concerns, and provides seven specific recommendations for employers regarding how they can support comprehensive primary care practice transformation.
Marci Nielsen, PhD, MPHPresident & CEO of the Patient-Centered Primary Care, Collaborative, is a seasoned health policy executive with nearly three decades of state, federal, international, and academic experience, including the development and implementation of innovative policies in public and private health care programs.
Brenna Haviland Shebel is Director of Health Care Costs and Delivery at the National Business Group on Health. Her areas of focus include consumer-directed health care, consumerism, employee communications and engagement, and cancer. She coordinates the operations of the Institute on Health Care Costs and Solutions.
Matt Morrison is the Executive Director of Healthcare Operations at MGM Resorts International and is responsible for leading the health care operations of the Companies’ self-funded health plans as well as providing strategic direction for and the attainment of the Companies’ goals related to employee health and wellness.  He has 15+ years of experience working with self-funded employer health plans, serving in varying capacities for both employers and administrators.

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