2018 Primary Care Association (PCA) & Health Center Controlled Network (HCCN) Conference

November 14-16, 2018
Astor Crowne Plaza
New Orleans, LA

NACHC’s PCA and HCCN con­fer­ence is the only con­fer­ence of its kind specif­i­cally tar­get­ing both state PCAs and HCCNs, with an audi­ence of 200–225 atten­dees from across the coun­try where nearly every state is rep­re­sented.

PCAs and HCCNs are critical organizations that support and advance policy goals and operational excellence for nearly 1400 community health centers serving more than 28 million individuals across the country.

This year’s conference theme is “Elevating and Communicating Health Center Worth Through Partnership.”  Education sessions will be featured across three thematic tracks:

  1. Paying for Value;
  2. Improving Quality of Care; and
  3. Building Capacity to Respond to Emerging Issues

Day One will explore the political and policy landscape shaping the health care landscape within which health centers operate. Day Two will explore high-impact partnership models that are operationally addressing the challenges we face in elevating and communicating health center worth. Day Three will promote peer-to-peer exchange and advance dialogue with state, national and federal stakeholders.

For more infor­ma­tion about the con­fer­ence, con­tact Julie Balter at 301–347-0400.

Don’t miss keynote presentations from:

Amy Walter National Editor, The Cook Political Report

Roderick King, MD, MPH Chief Executive Officer, Florida Institute for Health Innovation (formerly the Florida Public Health Institute) and Director and Assistant Dean, Public Health Education Department of Epidemiology and Public Health Sciences, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

Jim Macrae, MA, MPP Associate Administrator Bureau of Primary Health Care Health Resources and Services Administration U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

NACHC is a nonpartisan and noncommercial organization. Conference speaker presentations may not necessarily reflect the views of NACHC and the presence of vendors, exhibitors and sponsors does not constitute endorsement of their respective products or services.