Register Now for the VIRTUAL APG Colloquium 2020 - Answering the Call: Value-Based Care in Public Health Emergencies, Nov. 17-19!

Greg Phillips
Director of Communications
America's Physician Groups
Phone: (202) 770-1901

LOS ANGELES CA, USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE™ -- OCTOBER 22, 2020: America's Physician Groups (APG) VIRTUAL APG Colloquium 2020 will take place November 17-19, 2020. President and CEO of America's Physician Groups Donald Crane writes:

I am pleased to announce that we've just added a new keynote speaker to the APG Colloquium 2020 program.

Rishi Manchanda, MD, MPH, CEO of HealthBegins, will join the outstanding lineup of General Sessions with "Time to Move Upstream: The Fierce Urgency of Addressing Social Needs and Social Determinants of Health."

We're just four weeks away from the virtual Colloquium, November 17-19. If you are interested in valued-based care, alternative payment models, telehealth, and how COVID-19 is impacting healthcare, then CLICK HERE to register for the meeting.

As a Colloquium attendee, you will have access to the virtual exhibit hall and will be able to live-chat with other attendees. You will also have access to recorded sessions after the meeting.

To view the program for the meeting, please visit the APG Colloquium 2020 website.

I hope to see you in a few weeks!

Don Crane

Donald H. Crane
President and CEO
America's Physician Groups

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