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Schedule at a Glance

Thursday, December 6

11 am–6:30 pm                                         

Conference Registration

Noon–6:30 pm

Computer Café

1–5 pm  Preconference Workshops:

PR1: Extreme Makeover: Ambulatory Practice Edition Achieving the Quadruple Aim through Transformational Practice Redesign

PR2: Cooking Up the Alphabet Soup: TCM, CCCM, ADP, PsyCCM, E&M, MACRA, APM, MIPS, and HCC’s

5–5:30 pm                                        

Conference Orientation

5–5:30 pm               

Welcoming Reception With Partners

Friday, December 7

7:30 am–5:30 pm                

Conference Registration

7:15–8 am

Networking Continental Breakfast

7:30–8:15 am

MACRA Payment Reform Update
Amy Mullins, MD, CPE, FAAFP, Medical Director for Quality Improvement
at the American Academy of Family Physicians, Leawood, KS

8:35–9:30 am

Opening General Session
Greetings from STFM President Beat Steiner, MD, MPH
Creating a Manageable Cockpit for Clinicians: A Shared Responsibility
Christine Sinsky, MD, American Medical Association, Chicago, IL

 9:30–10 am 

Refreshment Break With Poster Presentations (dedicated time)

10–11 am 


11:10 am–12:10 pm


12:15–1:30 pm

Networking Luncheon with Award and Scholarship Presentations

1:45–2:15 pm


2:25–3:25 pm


3:25–4 pm

Refreshment Break With Conference Partners and Poster Presenters

4–4:30 pm


4–5:30 pm


4:40-5:10 pm


6:30 pm

Dine Around Groups

Saturday, December 8

7:30–5:30 pm                                                  

Conference Registration 

7:30–8:30 am                                                  

Networking Breakfast 

8–9:30 am

Seminars & Invited/Bright Spot Sessions

8:30–9:30 am 


9:30–10 am 

Refreshment Break With Conference Partners

10–11 am 


11:10–11:40 pm


11:40 am–1 pm 

Lunch on Your Own

1–1:30 pm 


1:30–1:40 pm

Transition Break

1:40–2:10 pm


2:10–2:30 pm

Refreshment Break With Conference Partners

2:30–3:45 pm

General Session Panel
From Good Intentions to Action: Tools and Systems Approaches to Address Social Determinants and “Injustice in Health”
Arthur Kaufman, MD, University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Heather Bleacher, MD, MPH, University of Colorado Family Medicine Residency, AF Williams Family Medicine Clinic
Jerry Kruse, MD, MSPH, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
Viviana S. Martinez-Bianchi, MD, Duke University Medical Center Family Medicine Residency
Stephen A. Wilson, MD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh

3:45–4 pm

Transition to Discussion Breakout Rooms

4–5 pm

Audience Discussions With Panel Experts:
(choose a topic room; space is limited; first-come, first-seated)
1. Team-Based approaches to SDOH in Advance Primary Care:  Purpose Driven Care (Heather Bleacher, MD)
2. System Approaches to Managing SDOH in Primary Care (Jerry Kruse, MD)
3. Community-Clinical Linkages to Impact Health Outcomes  (Viviana S Martinez-Bianchi, MD)
4.  Impacting Health and Social Determinants by Leveraging the Power of EHRs  (Stephen Wilson, MD, MPH)

Sunday, December 9

7:30–8 am                                                      

Coffee Service (With Light Continental Breakfast)

7:30–9 am

Conference Registration

8–9 am


Closing General Session:
Slaking Tantulus: Reducing Burden for Supporting Advanced Clinical Practice

Robert Phillips, MD, MSPH, The American Board of Family Medicine, Inc., Lexington, KY

9 am

Conference Adjourns            



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