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Conference on Practice Improvement

December 3-6, 2015 • InterContinental Dallas Hotel • Dallas, TX

Are you looking for successful payment models? Strategies for engaging your team in improvement? Better ways to help patients manage their health?  The Conference on Practice Improvement provides a forum for sharing examples of redesign from private practice, academic practice, and public clinics. Learn from others and share your knowledge and experiences in these areas:

  • Practice leadership and management
  • Practice transformation and new models of care
  • Team-based care
  • Population health
  • Patient engagement
  • Innovative technology
  • Behavioral health integration
  • Access
  • Care coordination
  • Care management
  • Patient safety
  • Quality improvement
  • Billing and coding
  • Models of payment

Experience the Primary Care Office of the Future

The Primary Care Office of the Future will give attendees hands on simulation of new practice designs and technology for primary care transformation. The Connecticut Institute for Primary Care Innovation (CIPCI) is partnering with STFM and innovative companies to demonstrate technology and workflow enhancements for the Primary Care Office of the Future. Originally created by CIPCI, the exhibit will help learners, clinical teams, and policy makers envision the future of primary care, and serves as a launching point for transformation projects. You and your clinical team can take a guided tour of innovative technologies and redesigned environments that facilitate enhanced team communication, patient engagement, and proactive care. 

At the Conference on Practice Improvement, you’ll learn to organize your practice around your patients, streamline processes, engage staff, increase revenue, and provide consistent, evidence-based care. You’ll learn from those who know best: primary care providers, researchers, educators, and practice staff who have redesigned their practices into patient-centered medical homes.


Contact Dianna Azbill at 800-274-7928, ext. 5415


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