Primary care is having its moment and is increasingly recognized as critical to success in improving life expectancy, closing equity gaps, restoring trust in medicine, success in value based payment arrangements, and more.
Yet the secret sauce of primary care – relationships with patients that deepen over time – is facing headwinds. The Primary Care Collaborative’s (PCC) 2023 Summit will bring together leaders across diverse stakeholder groups to reflect on these trends and to offer ideas about how primary care can be a force for fostering greater humanity in our healthcare system. We will gather on November 16th in Washington, D.C.
In addition, PCC Executive Members will be invited to participate in a Capitol Hill event on the morning of November 16th. While specifics about this convening are under development, the PCC Board has concluded that it is time for diverse leaders to come together and convey to Congress that the foundation of our health system needs increased investment in do the job it can uniquely do — restore the health of the nation.
Benefits of sponsorship
As a conference sponsor, your organization will be recognized as a thought leader and supporter of organizations that are moving primary care forward, with the National Academy of Science Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) recommendations as a guide. 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 join us in November to celebrate successes and tap into our shared commitment to strengthen and catalyze the creativity of primary care to move our nation to better health.
President & CEO
Primary Care Collaborative
About the Summit
The Primary Care Collaborative (PCC) 2023 Summit provides a forum for our members and the broader community to consider how our work together preserves the humanity in our rapidly evolving 21st century health system.
The Summit gathers hundreds of diverse stakeholders for inspirational keynotes, thoughtful educational panels, sharing of insights and innovations, and networking. This is your opportunity to learn from innovators, make valuable contacts, and develop relationships with leaders reflecting on the themes of strengthening relationship-based care, rebuilding trust, leveraging AI/tech in the service of primary care and behavioral health, and shaping our future amidst ownership changes. Leaders from PCC’s membership will also update attendees on PCC’s exciting Better Health – NOW Campaign.
After the Summit, we’ll host a reception and Awards Dinner. These events are opportunities to engage with diverse leaders that span nearly every segment of the health care system and who share a deep commitment to strengthening primary care. The Barbara Starfield awards are always inspiring and a reminder of the creativity, grace and meaning that primary care brings to patients and communities across the nation.
Sponsorship of PCC’s Summit and/or Awards Dinner is a wise investment by any organization that wants be a part of a vibrant, primary care vanguard. 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 seeking to achieve the Shared Principles of Primary Care. PCC Executive Members are strongly encouraged to participate and will receive substantial discounts on Summit sponsorships.
PCC Executive Member Rate
|Patient Experience Sponsorship||$15,000||$20,000||Sold Out|
|Exemplary Practice Sponsorship||$10,000||$15,000||Sold Out|
|General Session Sponsorship||$15,000||$20,000||1|
Networking Break Sponsorship
|Grand Ballroom Entrance Columns Branding
(A La Carte)
|Full Page Ad
(A La Carte)
|Half Page Ad
(A La Carte)
|Quarter Page Ad
(A La Carte)
|Barbara Starfield Award Sponsor||$30,000||$35,000||Sold Out|
|Primary Care Community Leadership Award Sponsor||$20,000||$25,000||Sold Out|
|Advanced Primary Care Practice Award||$20,000||$25,000||Sold Out|
|David Meyers Research Award||$20,000||$25,000||Sold Out|
PLATINUM – Awards Dinner Table Sponsor
GOLD – Awards Dinner Table Sponsor
SILVER – Awards Dinner Table Sponsor
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.
We will contact you after your application is received and will explain the next steps, including 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.
After expressing your interest by filling out the Sponsorship Application above, you may pay using one of the methods below.
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.
Make check payable in U.S. funds, drawn on a U.S. bank, to: Primary Care Collaborative
Mail payments to:
Primary Care Collaborative
Attn: Allison Clark
601 13th Street, NW, Suite 430 North
Washington, DC 20005
Contact Allison Clark at the Primary Care Collaborative to get ACH information: [email protected] | 202-417-2076
Contact Maria Sulima, PCC’s Membership Coordinator.
For questions about sponsorship, contact Maria Sulima, PCC’s Membership Coordinator.
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 fire safety, health, environment, public safety and hazardous materials and all regulations and restrictions imposed by the facility (conference hotel).
The Primary Care Collaborative, including its officers, directors, agents, employees and contractors, 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 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.
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.
In the event the Facility becomes unavailable, whether for the entire event or a portion of the event, as a result of fire, flood, tempest, inclement weather 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 exhibitor in respect to any damages or loss, direct or indirect, arising as a result thereof.
For questions about sponsorship, contact us at [email protected].