Sponsorship Opportunities

Letter from PCC's President and CEO

Dear Colleagues,

The Primary Care Collaborative’s (PCC) 2020 Annual Conference will bring together top leaders across all major stakeholder groups who are passionate about making primary care better and more equitable – an endeavor even more pressing given the challenges our country is currently facing. Crisis as Catalyst: Reimagining Primary Care – a highly interactive virtual conference – will be held November 30 and December 1 online and everywhere.

While there can never be a substitute for the learning, networking and engagement that happen face to face at national conferences like ours, we are excited about the ways in which we will be able to leverage our online platform to provide forums for participants to meet in small and larger groups and interact with our speakers.

This year’s conference will showcase how primary care is adapting and innovating with respect to payment and delivery to address issues catalyzed by COVID-19, including health inequities. The conference will also highlight the PCC’s work in furthering a comprehensive approach to primary care, leveraging technology, and broadening the care team. By doing so, primary care is better able to respond to patient needs and preferences and work more in tandem with the community and public health.

This is certainly a momentous year with the COVID-19 pandemic, the economic downturn, and racial inequities being brought to the forefront. The PCC has been part of all of these developments through our ongoing advocacy and policy work at the national and state levels, our participation in the regular national COVID-19 surveys of primary care clinicians and patients with the Larry A. Green Center, and by redoubling our efforts toward health equity. And as our country’s political future becomes clearer after the election, the PCC conference will be a critical way to convene diverse stakeholders to chart a course of transformation of primary care into the future.

In addition to the 2-day conference, PCC Executive Members will be invited to participate in a post-conference workshop on December 2, where state and national leaders will share updates on their efforts to re-orient state spending toward primary care and move to value-based payment models, with the goal of integrating behavioral health, enhancing the breadth of the care team, and better connecting  to the community.

Benefits of sponsorship

As a sponsor of the 2020 PCC Virtual Annual Conference, your organization will be recognized as a thought leader and supporter of advanced primary care, including the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), among hundreds of diverse participants at a critical time in our nation’s history and the evolution of our health system.

We offer a wide range of sponsorship opportunities to suit diverse needs. I encourage you to review this prospectus and respond quickly so you secure the sponsorship that is the best fit for your organization.

I hope you will be part of our virtual conference as we consider how to leverage the many challenges in our midst in order to reimagine primary care and chart a transformative path forward.

Cordially,

Ann Greiner
President & CEO
Primary Care Collaborative

About the Conference


The Primary Care Collaborative Annual Conference is the premier event for leaders who care passionately about advancing primary care. Happening virtually in 2020 on the online conference platform Hopin, the conference will bring together hundreds of diverse stakeholders for keynotes, panels and networking, with these objectives:

  • Educate. Gain a deeper understanding about how primary care is changing — due to COVID-19, market forces, and policy — and the effects on patients, particularly those of color, and clinicians.
  • Inspire. Learn from primary care innovators who have demonstrated success in strengthening primary care, enhancing its value, and making it more responsive to patient needs/preferences.
  • Unite. Build working partnerships and a shared vision across diverse sectors about how to address primary care challenges, including addressing health inequities

This is your opportunity to learn from innovators, make valuable contacts, and develop relationships with leaders who will be reimagining primary care. In attendance will be the people who are evolving medical homes and accountable care organizations, experimenting with new payment, delivery and benefit design models, and engaging with patients and families in new ways. Sponsorship of this conference is a wise investment by any organization that wants to understand and be a part of a new chapter for primary care.

There is no better opportunity to feature your organization and/or product among hundreds of the most influential leaders in primary care nationwide and to show your strong support for those individuals and organizations putting in place creative strategies to achieve the Shared Principles for Primary Care, which over 350 organizations have signed onto.

Executive Members of the PCC are strongly encouraged to participate and will receive substantial discounts on conference sponsorships.

What Recent Attendees Have Said About the Conference:

Start to finish – great and inspiring sessions that were well-organized with useful content and engaging speakers.

I thought the panel discussions were a very effective way to review current state and opportunities for future ideas.

Thank you for including the patient voice! Keep up the good work, which validates and confirms that everyone has a right to have a voice in how primary care is established, maintained and sustained in our country.

The content helps me greatly in designing our population health models and applying it in my own work.

2019 Sponsors


Disclaimer: This is a list of sponsors of the PCC’s (formerly known as the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative) 2019 Annual Conference. This listing and display of logos of sponsors is intended as an example of sponsors for 2019 only for prospective sponsors in 2020. The 2019 sponsors shown here are not intended to be a comprehensive list of all sponsors of the 2019 conference or of all past PCPCC conferences. Any sponsorship by any organization at any level of sponsorship of PCPCC conferences in the past is not a promise or guarantee of the PCC displaying or presenting that sponsor’s logo in any fashion or in any of its digital or print properties in 2020 or in the future. Likewise, any agreement for sponsorship of the PCC’s 2020 Virtual Annual Conference is valid only for that event. The PCC is not obligated to display the logos or names of 2020 conference sponsors beyond that event in the future or in any of its digital or print properties outside that event or anytime in the future.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Look through all tabs below to see all nine package options.

Opportunities 1

Opportunities 2

Opportunities 3

Opportunities 4

BARBARA STARFIELD PRIMARY CARE LEADERSHIP AWARD SPONSOR SOLD

THOUGHT-LEADERSHIP SPONSOR

Description

The PCC established the Barbara Starfield Primary Care Leadership Award in 2012 to honor Dr. Starfield, recognizing her enduring commitment to the philosophy that all individuals should receive comprehensive, coordinated, and person-focused care. The award is presented annually to an individual who demonstrates exceptional work toward advancing the goals of primary care and, in particular, a strong commitment to person-focused care.

This sponsor gets to present the award to the recipient as well as play a 30-second interstitial video during this presentation segment.

These sponsors receive the unique opportunity to participate in a main-stage session. Participation can vary from introducing a keynote speaker or panel or potential other roles. Branding in the form of a logo or interstitial video (up to 30 seconds) during the main-stage session is also included in this opportunity.
Number Available

1

6

Executive Member Price

$25,000

$20,000

Non-Member Price

$30,000

$25,000

PRE-EVENT BENEFITS
Promotional Email

EVENT BENEFITS
Complimentary Registrations

6

4

Company Showcase

✓ (or Spotlight)

✓ (or Spotlight)

POST-EVENT BENEFITS
Post-Event Engagement Data

REGISTRATION SPONSOR SOLD

WELLNESS SPONSOR

CONNECTION SPONSOR

Description This sponsor gets a co-branded banner image on the conference’s registration site and in the confirmation email to registered attendees. These sponsors support a guided meditation or stretch break during the conference to encourage attendees to take a moment to re-energize and refocus. They will receive prime time on the conference’s main stage in a recording during a scheduled break for up to 15 minutes.  Possibilities include a stretch break, mediation, and yoga.

These sponsors receive the opportunity to host one of the following 30-minute sessions with as many as 50 attendees:

  • Focus group
  • Networking discussion group (for a specific audience group)
  • Roundtable discussion

These sponsors can also pose a question to the entire conference using the poll feature of the site during the day of their sponsored session (content must be in accordance with the sponsorship agreement).

Number Available

1

2

19 (10/day)

Executive Member Price

$15,000

$7,000

$10,000

Non-Member Price

$19,000

$12,000

$13,000

PRE-EVENT BENEFITS
Promotional Email

EVENT BENEFITS
Complimentary Registrations

3

3

3

Company Showcase Page

POST-EVENT BENEFITS
Post-Event Engagement Data

THE PRIMARY CARE COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP/RESEARCH AWARD SPONSOR SOLD

THE ADVANCED PRIMARY CARE PRACTICE AWARD SPONSOR

Description

This award is presented to an outstanding individual who has demonstrated remarkable leadership and/or research to ensure that primary care is foundational to community or state healthcare reform efforts.

This sponsor gets to present the award to the recipient as well as play a 30-second interstitial video during this presentation segment.

This award is presented to an organization that is an extraordinary primary care practice. This practice serves as a model for transformation through innovation as reflected in the Shared Principles of Primary Care, including patient- and family-centered, team-based care and high value.

This sponsor gets to present the award to the recipient as well as play a 30-second interstitial video during this presentation segment.

Number Available

1

1

Executive Member Price

$10,000

$10,000

Non-Member Price

$13,000

$13,000

PRE-EVENT BENEFITS
Promotional Email

EVENT BENEFITS
Complimentary Registrations

2

2

Company Showcase Page

POST-EVENT BENEFITS
Post-Event Engagement Data

SHOWCASE SPONSOR

SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR

Description These sponsors are given a page on the conference platform (Hopin) dedicated to their organization that can be customized to showcase important information, link to another site, and engage with attendees. These sponsors will have the opportunity to be included in a video of primary care leaders speaking about why primary care is more important than ever in a pandemic and on the importance of strengthening primary care to help the country manage as we go through this perilous time. Each sponsor’s segment will be between 60 and 90 seconds, and the video will be shown to conference attendees up to two times per day.
Number Available

17 (10/day)

8

Executive Member Price

$5,000

$4,000

Non-Member Price

$6,000

$4,800

PRE-EVENT BENEFITS
Promotional Email

EVENT BENEFITS
Complimentary Registrations

2

2

Company Showcase Page

POST-EVENT BENEFITS
Post-Event Engagement Data

View all sponsorship package options in a PDF that’s printable.
Looking for something different than what you see here? Contact us to discuss a package that’s more suitable to your organization. Contact Jennifer Renton, PCC’s Membership Coordinator at [email protected] or 913-669-1181.

SPONSORSHIP APPLICATION

Filling out the Sponsorship Application form below is an expression of interest to PCC in sponsorship of the conference. Below the form you will find payment options. Payment can be made after you submit the application.

After your application is received, you will be contacted by Jennifer Renton, who will explain the next steps, including sponsor payment and fulfillment of all elements in your sponsorship package.

IMPORTANT TAX NOTICE: The Patient Centered Primary Care Foundation (dba Primary Care Collaborative) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Your contribution is 100% tax deductible.

Payment methods:

Once submitting your interest by filling out the Sponsorship Application above, you may pay using one of the methods below.

CREDIT CARD
The electronic invoice from the PCC for your sponsorship package will have an icon that will allow you to make payment via credit card if you would like to pay this way.

CHECK
Make check payable in U.S. funds, drawn on a U.S. bank, to: Primary Care Collaborative

Mail payments to:

Primary Care Collaborative
Attn: Evelyn Snyder
601 13th Street, NW, Suite 430 North
Washington, DC 20005

VIA ACH
Contact Evelyn Snyder at the Primary Care Collaborative to get ACH information: [email protected] | 202-417-2076

Questions about this application? Contact:

Jennifer Renton
Membership Coordinator
[email protected]
913-669-1181

 

Sponsor Terms and Conditions

Cancellation Policy

Telephone cancellations will not be accepted. Refunds will be made with a written notice of cancellation received on or before October 9, 2020. Refunds will be subject to a 25% cancellation fee. No refunds will be given after October 9, 2020. If, for any reason, this event is cancelled, we do not accept responsibility for covering fulfillment or other costs incurred by the sponsor, but PCC will refund the entire amount of the sponsorship fee.

Sponsorship Fulfillment

Sponsorship fulfillment will be handled by the Primary Care Collaborative’s virtual event planner: RIVE,  (202) 253-0300. You will be asked to complete an intake form following approval of your sponsorship by which you will be informed about what organizational elements are allowable and the required timeline related to your sponsorship package.

Applicable Laws

This contract shall be governed by the laws of the District of Columbia. Sponsor agrees to abide by all federal (including but not limited to FDA), state, and city laws, ordinances, and regulations concerning online activities and all regulations and restrictions imposed by the management and PCC for the online conference platform.

Limitation of Liability

RIVE and the Primary Care Collaborative, including their officers, directors, agents, employees, contractors, and the online platform (Hopin) shall not be held responsible for the effectiveness of “product awareness” through the sponsor’s use of sponsorship.

Each sponsoring organization/company agrees to abide by these rules and regulations when its company representative signs the sponsorship registration form. These rules and regulations become part of the contract between the sponsor, RIVE and the PCC. The PCC has full power of interpretation and enforcement of these rules and may amend them at any time. All matters in question not covered here are subject to the decision of PCC, and all decisions shall be binding on all parties affected by them. Sponsors or their representatives who fail to observe these conditions of contract or who, in the opinion of PCC, conduct themselves unethically, may be immediately dismissed from the event without refund or other appeal.

Sponsorship Arrangements

RIVE will oversee all arrangements including, but not limited to, logo placement, placement of other fulfillment elements and setup of sponsor’s choice of sponsorship.

Force Majeure

In the event the online platform becomes unavailable, whether for the entire event or a portion of the event, as a result of power outage, server malfunction or failure or other equipment malfunction or failure or other such cause, or as a result of governmental intervention, malicious damage, acts of war, strike, lock-out, labor dispute, riot, or other cause or agency over which RIVE has no control or should RIVE decide, because of such cause, that it is necessary to cancel, postpone any criteria pertaining to the scheduled events, RIVE shall not be liable to indemnify or reimburse sponsor in respect to any damages or loss, direct or indirect, arising as a result thereof.

Guidelines

  • Sponsorships must be professional, must enhance the conference experience, and complement PCC advertising and other sponsor opportunities. Show management and the PCC reserve the right to alter the content or placement of a sponsor’s fulfillment elements or completely withhold use of any fulfillment element if either party deems an element inappropriate for the conference or its attendees or is in violation of these terms and conditions.
  • If more than one company is interested in a sponsorship, selection will be on a first-come, first-served basis; electronic receipt of the signed and executed contract received by the PCC will be the timestamp.

 

Contact at PCC for Conference Sponsorships

For questions about sponsorship, contact:

Jennifer Renton
Membership Coordinator
[email protected]
913-669-1181