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Innovation and Policy Leaders

At the PCPCC 2017 Annual Conference, we released the Shared Principles for Primary Care—currently endorsed by nearly 300 diverse organizations—and featured innovators that are putting this new vision into practice. At this year’s conference, we are bringing together leaders who are spreading and scaling this vision for primary care through evidence-based policies, benefit design changes and patient-family engagement efforts. These efforts are designed to move the U.S. towards a vibrant future of person-centered, team-based, and community-aligned primary care that will help achieve the goals of better health, higher quality care, and lower costs.

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Barbara Starfield Awards Dinner

Don’t miss the premier networking event of the year where we celebrate the accomplishments of primary care champions. At this year’s Barbara Starfield Awards Dinner — immediately following the PCPCC Annual Conference — we will recognize distinguished leaders and innovators of primary care who have helped shape the field.

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Patient & Family Partners Training

PCPCC is offering 25 scholarships to patient advocates. To be considered for a scholarship, please answer the 4 questions below and send your answers to Merilyn Francis ([email protected]) and Tanya Thabjan ([email protected]). 

  1. What is your current job/position and/or involvement in primary care policy or models of care?
  2. Why is the scholarship needed?
  3. Have you ever attended a PCPCC conference in the past and/or ever received a tuition waiver for a past PCPCC conference?
  4. How would you apply the training/education received to your work in developing patient-centered medical homes?
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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 (202) 393-1000 and mention “PCPCC.” To reserve your room on line please access the link for booking at Capital Hilton Reservations.

Hotel & Local Information

 If you need help with accommodations issues, please contact [email protected] for information.