LEARNING WHAT WORKS FROM THE BEST CARE COORDINATION PROGRAMS
Are you tasked with the seemingly insurmountable goal of meeting quality demands at your organization while increasing the role the patient plays in care options? For many in care coordination, that path is paved with countless challenges before success. With pay for performance now upon us, there’s no time for trial and error. You need successful, innovative programs you can implement – and you need them now.
At the 9th Annual Care Coordination Summit, you’ll learn from trailblazers in the industry who will share lessons learned, programs that work, and best practices that will keep you innovating long after the event is over. Our three-day conference will cover programs that improve outcomes while demonstrating value, innovative patient-centered models, specific tools to support your transition to pay for performance, and more.
If improving quality care is your goal in 2017, this conference simply can’t be missed!
Learn best practices for a
successful transition to
PAY FOR PERFORMANCE
Strategies geared towards
facility-based and community-based
health care professionals
EARN UP TO 18 CEs*
for nurses, social workers,
case managers, and patient advocates
Join us at the Sheraton in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
for this must attend Summit:
Patient Centered Primary Care—
The Transitions and Transformations
8:15 am - 9:15 am | Tuesday, May 2
PAUL GRUNDY, MD, MPH, FACOEM, FACPM
Founding president of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC), a not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to advancing an effective and efficient health system built on a strong foundation of primary care and the patient-centered medical home.
Dr. Grundy will address the need to coordinate primary care in conjunction with the needs of the patient and the growing success of patient outcomes.