One Week Left for Early-bird Rates for Primary Care Collaborative's 2020 Virtual Annual Conference

Register for the PCC's Virtual Annual Conference now to take advantage of discounted rates. The early-bird rates will fly away in one week on October 16!

Contact: Alyssa Neumann Kane
Phone: (202) 888-5774

WASHINGTON, DC USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE™ -- OCTOBER 9, 2020: The conference's program is filled with sessions about today's pressing issues in primary care and speakers who are on the leading edge of these issues, including:

Joseph Betancourt, MD, MPH, Vice President, Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer of the Office of Equity and Inclusion at Massachusetts General Hospital, who will deliver the opening keynote about the vulnerabilities in primary care and deep inequities in society and health care that COVID-19 has laid bare and how can primary care respond
Elizabeth Mitchell, President & CEO of Pacific Business Group on Health, who will deliver the closing keynote on what employers and patients want from primary care and strategies - including payment reform - to get to team-based comprehensive primary care

As a member of the PCC's wider community, you won't want to miss out on our biggest event of the year. The PCC's 2020 Virtual Annual Conference will bring together top leaders from all major stakeholder groups who are passionate about making primary care better and more equitable. Join hundreds of other primary care leaders online from wherever you are for this highly interactive virtual conference! It's an opportunity to hear from well-known national experts and thought leaders who are drawn from a range of topics within primary care. There will also be many opportunities to connect with other attendees in virtual networking sessions.


This year's momentous events - the pandemic, the economic downturn, the renewed conversations about racial and health inequities, and the November election - all have the potential to impact and be catalysts for changes in primary care. The conference is a chance to come together as leaders in the primary care community and to put ourselves on the forefront of reimaging primary care and shaping its future.

See what else this year's conference will have to offer, including the confirmed speakers.

PCC hopes to see you online at this year's virtual conference!



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