Explore Coordination Strategies, Workflow Changes, and Billing and Coding Necessary to Promote Team-Based, Patient-Centered Care
The Patient-Centered Medical Home initiative aims to coordinate all angles of care by ensuring patients receive necessary treatments in places and manners that are comfortable and practical for them. The 4th Annual PCMH and Practice Transformation Summit will help you transform your team’s thoughts towards quality care in the context of this model. Experts from health systems, practices in every stage of transformation, ACOs, health plans, and patient panels collaborate to demonstrate the skill-based strategies and best practices needed to level-up your quality standards. Whether you’re a certified PCMH practice, mid-transformation, or just beginning to explore higher-value care model options, the time has come for hands-on learning, transformed habits, and big picture perspectives to move health care forward.
Quality Improvement and Electronic Health Records Coordinator
Community Nurse Health Center
Primary Care Provider, Lead Medical Provider, Behavioral Health Team
PanCare of Florida, Inc.
Senior Vice President, Advocacy, Practice Advancement and Policy
American Academy of Family Physicians
Regional Medical Director, Internist and Pediatrician
Golden Valley Health Centers
This summit gave me a lot of different viewpoints and ideas for future PCMH projects!
– Desiree Jonas, Health Systems Analyst, Fl Department of Health
I was given a lot of information that I will be utilizing in my organization.
The integration of behavioral health was most useful.
– Regina King, Chief Clinical Officer, Hamilton Health Center, Inc.
Very helpful hearing experiences from different entities in outstanding and sustaining PCMH configurations
– Stan Mitchell, LCSW, South Florida Medical Center