March 2017: Healthdoers Practice Transformation Group Primary Care Bright Spots

Practice Transformation Group: Primary Care ‘Bright Spots’: Learning from High-Value Providers

March 27, 2017

Learning Objectives:

America’s Most Valuable Care (AMVC) research undertaken by Stanford University’s Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC) that focused on discovering high-value primary care practices;

How two primary care practices achieved improved clinical quality and patient experience while lowering costs of care; and

How to start adopting these practices in your local context.

Speakers:

-Dr. Arnie Milstein, Director, Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC), Stanford University

-Dr. Nayana Vyas, Founder, Family Physicians Group

-Dr. James Welters, Former President/Chief Medical Officer, Northwest Family Physicians

-Stacy Donohue, Senior Program Manager, High-Value Care Support and Alignment Network, Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI)

-Elizabeth Mitchell, President & CEO, Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI)

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