Primary care transformation is hard, and some changes are more successful and enduring than others. Learn from peers from across the country who have transformed their residency programs and clinical practices.
The 2020 conference will bring together providers, researchers, educators, practice team members, and administrators to reimagine health care education, delivery, and technology. All members of the care and residency teams are invited to submit, including residents, students, behavioral health specialists, nurses, medical assistants, physician assistants, and administrators.
- Submissions must meet all the requirements of the proposed category. Review the submission categories at the right. Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed.
- Do not submit the same proposal in more than one category.
- Acknowledgment of receipt of submissions will be e-mailed automatically after you complete your submission.
- ALL PRESENTERS MUST PAY THE REGISTRATION FEE. In addition, no honoraria or travel expense reimbursement will be provided for any presenter submitting through the call for presentations.
- Presenters may not use any conference presentation to market products or services; exhibit space and literature displays are available for that purpose.
- Every presenter, lead and secondary, will be required to complete a faculty disclosure form indicating any financial arrangement or affiliation with any organizations that may have a direct interest in the subject matter of the continuing medical education presentation
Submissions are encouraged in these topic areas:
- Addressing and Negotiating Change with Health System Leaders
- Advanced Practice Models for Health Systems Leaders
- Behavioral Health Integration
- Community Engaged Care
- Health Equity and Social Determinants of Health
- Health Information Technology
- Joy in Practice
- MACRA/Payment Models
- Outcome Measurement
- Patient Activation and Patient-Centered Engagement
- Practice Management and Quality Improvement
- Practice-Based Team Care
- Primary Care Business Success
- Risk Assessment and Care Management
Your submission will be reviewed using these criteria:
- Topic is relevant to family medicine
- Clear objectives—problem statement is clear
- Originality and innovation—practical application
- Amount of content is appropriate for time allowed
- Content of proposed presentation (teaching methods clear, likely to meet objectives, adequate breadth of coverage)
- Proposal is clearly written and well-organized
- Audience involvement
- Duration of experience/evaluation of effectiveness