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New for 2016

Expanded Program:  Focused on the medical neighborhood

Educational Tracks:  To better tailor your conference experience, the program has been organized into five tracks:
  • Achieving PCMH Recognition
  • Medical Neighborhood
  • PCMH Optimization
  • Special Populations
  • Technology/Health IT 
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Sunday, October 9 • 10:55am - 11:55am
Are You Managing Your PCMH Data, or Are They Managing You?

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This interactive session will help attendees make the most of their PCMH transformation by harnessing the power of the NCQA data requirements. Attendees will receive tips and tools to make their PCMH data engaging to staff and patients. The session will be structured to be flexible enough to answer the highest demand questions of the audience, but systematic enough to have attendees at any level walk away with a game plan.

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Chris Espersen, MSPH

Quality Director, Primary Health Care
Chris Espersen is a quality consultant working with healthcare and public health organizations across the nation, providing technical assistance around new initiatives, data fidelity, patient engagement and quality improvement. Prior to her consultant work, Espersen was the quality director at a Federally Qualified Health Center in the Midwest. She is an ardent advocate for the use of data in all decisions and promotes the importance of making... Read More →

Sunday October 9, 2016 10:55am - 11:55am