Past Event

Patient-Centered Medical Home Congress

14–16 September 2018
San Diego, United States
 
Whether your organization is already PCMH recognized, considering recognition, or you are a consultant focused on guiding others through the process, you’ve made a big step in the commitment to improved care delivery.

There’s one more important step you should take: Join us for the PCMH Congress.

This is integrated learning for those involved with patient-centered care. Receive tips, tools, and ideas to apply right away through interactive conference sessions tailored to your organization’s needs; engage one-on-one with leading PCMH experts who can assist in answering critical questions; and network with peers from around the country who can share insight into common challenges and offer potential solutions.

The Congress brings together nearly 1,000 stakeholders for three days of education and insight. It is the ultimate forum for sharing best practices and connecting with the “medical neighborhood,” a community of like-minded professionals focused on improving patient care.

Attend PCMH Congress and see why your care setting is an integral part of the medical neighborhood –  learn more about NCQA’s NEW recognition programs and how they may apply to you:

Lessons Learned from Implementing the School-Based Medical Home Model
A Volunteer Team Based Approach to Patient-Centric Care in a Practice Setting for the Working Poor
The Post-Acute Care PCMH: A Temporary Home for the Geriatric Patient in Transition from the Hospital
Integration of Behavioral Health into a Family Medicine Residency Clinic
Establishing a PCMH in an Inner City Pediatric Resident Clinic
Making Practice Transformation Simple for Solo and Small Community-Based Practices

Every year our program topics are noted as the #1 reason to attend and this year is no different.  Gain invaluable insight on practice transformation, population health, collaborative care, health IT, behavioral health and MORE – only available at PCMH Congress!

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