2014 Annual Fall Conference

  • Why Should You Attend? Our theme this year Patient-Centered Primary Care: At the Heart of Value and Quality offers the opportunity for you and your colleagues to participate in dozens of panel discussions and workshops that will focus on the critical role of patient-centered primary care in achieving health care delivery system reform.  This year our program will not only include high-level policy discussions from primary care and medical home thought leaders, but also “how to” discussions led by experts in the field in our workshops and break-out sessions. Who Should Attend? This conference is designed for providers, care coordinators and team members, health plan directors and administrators, patients, families, advocates, consumers, specialists, public affairs professionals and anyone else interested in learning how patient-centered primary care and the medical home can improve health care quality.

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    Inaugural Awards Dinner

    StarfieldThis year the PCPCC will present Ms. Debra Ness, MS, President of the National Partnership for Women & Families,  the Barbara Starfield Award for her long-standing commitment to person-centered care. The PCPCC will also present Dr. Ted Wymyslo, former Director of the Ohio Department of Health, with the first Primary Care Leadership Award and the Southeast Texas Medical Associates (SETMA) and its Chief Executive Officer, Dr. James L. Holly with the first Patient-Centered Medical Home Practice Award. The awards ceremony will take place on Wednesday, November 12, at 6:00 p.m. Learn more about the Awards Dinner.  

    Featured Topics

    Practice Transformation – Panel includes Dr. Chris Echterling, Medical Director, WellSpan Bridges to Health Primary Care Workforce – Panel includes Dr. Andrew Morrise-Singer, President & Principal Founder, Primary Care Progress State Perspectives on Health Reform – Panel includes Dr. Jeanene Smith, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, Oregon Health Authority Federal Health Care Reform – Panel includes Congressional staff from the Senta Finance, Senate Budget, and House Ways & Means Committees Community Partnerships - Panel includes Ellie Hollander, President & CEO, Meals on Wheels Association of America