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Thursday, November 30

11 am–6:30 pm Conference Registration
Noon–6:30 pm Computer Café
1–5 pm Preconference Workshops:
PR01: Cooking Up the Alphabet Soup: TCM, CCCM, ADP, PsyCCM, E&M, MACRA, APM, and MIPS

Thomas Weida, MD, Tuscaloosa College of Community Health Science, AL

PR02: Overcoming the System: Strategies to Improve Your Effectiveness in Dealing With Your Organization’s Bureaucracy
John Bachman, MD, Mayo Medical School, MN

5:15–6:30 pm                                                               Welcoming Reception With STFM Open House

Friday, December 1

7:30 am–5:30 pm                          

Conference Registration 

7–8 am

Networking Continental Breakfast—Get To Know Your Conference Colleagues!
(Presentation will begin at 7:30 am) 

7:30–8:15 am

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

8:20–9:30 am

Opening General Session: Kentucky Led the Way With the ACA
Steven Beshear, Former Governor of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 

 9:30–10:30 am 

Poster Presentations With Refreshment Break

10:45–11:45 am 

Concurrent Sessions

 11:50 am–1:15 pm

STFM 50th Anniversary Luncheon With Award and Scholarship Presentations

 1:30–2:40 pm

Concurrent Sessions

 2:40–3 pm

Refreshment Break With Conference Partners & Posters

 3–5:40 pm

Concurrent Sessions 

 6:30 pm

Dine Out Groups

Saturday, December 2

7 am–4:30 pm                                       

Conference Registration 

7:15–8:15 am

Innovation Conversations With Continental Breakfast

8:20–9:30 am 

General Session: 
Technician to Teacher: Bridging the Gap between Health and Care – A Patient’s Perspective
Melissa Thomason, Pinetops, NC

9:30–10 am 

Refreshment Break With Conference Partners  

10–11:40 am 

Concurrent Sessions

11:40 am–1 pm

Lunch On Your Own

1–2:40 pm 

Concurrent Sessions

2:40–3 pm 

Refreshment Break With Conference Partners 

3–4:30 pm

Concurrent Sessions

3–4:30 pm

Behavioral Health Integration Discussion Panel

4:45 – 6 pm

Optional Session:
OPT1: Putting Health IT to Use to Solve Practical Problems Facing Family Medicine Practices
Steve Waldren, MD, MS, American Academy of Family Physicians

7 pm

Optional Evening Event (Tentative)

Sunday, December 3

7:30–8 am                                                   

Coffee Service

7:30–9 am

Conference Registration

8–9:15 am

Closing General Session:
Practices and Payers: The Value of Deeper Partnerships pn the Journey Toward Population Health
Patrick Gordon, MPA, Rocky Mountain Health Plans, Greenwood Village, CO

9:15 am

Conference Adjourns            

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