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 first day of our Fall Conference — we will recognize two individuals and one organization for their distinguished accomplishments. The Barbara Starfield Award is sponsored by Anthem.
No other gathering in 2017 offers such unparalleled access to influential, national-level leaders in primary care and health care delivery as the PCPCC’s 2017 Fall Conference Awards Dinner. Individual tickets to the Awards Dinner are $200 (not included in conference registration).
Show your support for advanced primary care and those who have made a difference! The 2017 Barbara Starfield Awards Dinner provides the perfect opportunity to feature your company or organization among the most influential leaders in health care transformation.
There are several opportunities for sponsorship at differing levels. For example, we currently have 20 tables available for sponsorship, with prices ranging from $2,000 – $6,000. Please contact Heather Seasholtz — [email protected] or 856-423-7222, ext. 232 — to talk about how you and your organization can take advantage of unique opportunities at the Awards Dinner to highlight your organization and the valuable work you’re doing.
The PCPCC is proud to present Michael Fine, MD with the prestigious Barbara Starfield Primary Care Leadership Award. For over forty years, Dr. Fine has devoted his career to reforming primary care to better reduce costs, improve access, and help the underserved community. Dr. Fine has been a policy leader, successfully driving primary care and public health collaboration.
Dr. Fine holds the titles of Health Policy Advisor to Mayor James Diossa of Central Falls, Rhode Island, as well as Senior Population Health and Clinical Services Officer at Blackstone Valley Community Health Care. In addition to these roles, Dr. Fine is also the driving force behind the Central Falls Neighborhood Health Station, which is slated to open in 2018, and will provide all health services, including primary care and population health, for most of the municipality’s residents. He also served in the cabinet of Governor Lincoln Chafee between February 2011 and March 2015 as the Director of the Rhode Island Department of Health.
The PCPCC’s Barbara Starfield Award was established in 2012 to honor the work of Dr. Barbara Starfield, whose distinguished career at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health spanned over five decades, and included seminal research that highlighted the critical role of primary care in driving health system transformation.