Thursday, October 13, 2011

Lots of Reasons Why You Should Attend The Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative's Oct. 21 5th Annual Summit

There are several reasons to attend the Oct 21 Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative's 5th Annual Summit.

You'll see the good work that the PCPCC is doing as the leading national organization advocating on behalf of the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH).

Along with an auditorium-full of like-minded learners, you'll benefit from an agenda that is packed with clinicians from the real world of medical practice who have developed successful medical homes. 

You'll get to meet others who share your interest in an innovative and rapidly evolving approach to primary care.   

You'll be in Washington DC at the height of beautiful fall weather. 

And, last but not least, you'll get your own copy of the PCPCC Report, Care value, community connections: Care coordination in the medical home.  According to this newswire press release, the report "includes the insights of thought leaders" on the theories and tactics behind the definition, role and function of care coordination.

The immodest Disease Management Care Blog couldn't have put it better itself, especially because it's the author of the first second chapter.

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