Innovations in Primary Care:
Putting Shared Principles into Practice

Hosted Virtually

Crisis as Catalyst: Reimagining Primary Care

The program will be heavily shaped by the major events of 2020 – the coronavirus pandemic, national conversations about racism and racial and economic equity, and the November general election. All of these events have had an impact on primary care and have resulted in both positive and not-so-positive changes. The conference will consider these questions and more: 

  • What do these changes mean for primary care in the present and future?
  • How can we use these times to make permanent reforms to primary care payment and care delivery and rebuild it into something even better?
  • What does equity in health care look like, and how can primary care play a leading role in addressing disparities?
  • What is primary care’s role relative to public health and how does primary care better connect to the community and provide a more comprehensive set of services? 
  • How can we continue to make a strong foundation of primary care as key to the nation’s health?

Conference planners are building an impressive lineup of speakers who have been addressing these questions and playing a leading role in primary care during these transformative times. Speakers will include leaders, thinkers and experts in policy, health plans, primary care practices, patient care and other areas.
More details on the virtual annual conference will be released as they become available. Watch for details here, in PCC’s newsletter, emails, and social media channels.


PCC Executive Members are invited to attend an exclusive workshop, Primary Care Investment 2.0—State Innovation, on December 2, the day after the annual conference. The PCC will be releasing its 2020 Evidence Report at this event.

Primary Care Investment 2.0: State Innovation Workshop

The half-day session will build on PCC’s first primary care investment workshop hosted in fall 2018. This year’s convening will bring together PCC Executive Members along with state leaders, policymakers, and advocates to highlight lessons learned, engage with each other, tackle emerging issues, and discuss shared agendas for advancing investment in primary care in 2021 and beyond.


Thanks to our generous sponsors:

New Training Offering!

Special Patient, Family & Clinician Partners Training

Patient advisors and their clinician partners have the prime opportunity to participate a one-day training that will provide a comprehensive view of patient and family engagement and its role in improving quality and care delivery nationwide.

Earn CME Credit for Attending!

This Live activity, Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) Annual Fall Conference, with a beginning date of 11/10/2016, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 7.00 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Capital Hilton
1001 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036

 For reservations by phone, please call (800) 445-8667 and mention “PCPCC.” To reserve your room on line please access the link for booking at Capital Hilton Reservations.

Hotel & Local Information

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