Primary Care Associations (PCAs) and Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs) are valuable organizations that support and advance policy goals and operational excellence for over 1,400 community health centers, serving more than 30 million individuals across the country. PCAs are state-level trade associations that represent and provide training and technical assistance to health centers. Currently there are 52 PCAs. HCCNs are groups of health centers working together to address operational and clinical challenges related to the use of health IT. Some HCCNs are part of a PCA, but most are independent. Currently there are about 80 HCCNs across the country.
NACHC’s PCA and HCCN Conference is the only national conference specifically targeting both state PCAs and HCCNs. This event attracts 200 attendees from across the country with nearly every state represented. This is a unique opportunity for you to connect with PCA and HCCN executives through sponsorship.
This is a closed conference, the ONLY way for non-PCA and HCCN staff members to attend is through one of the limited sponsorship opportunities available.
The 2021 Sponsorship Prospectus will be available in September. For questions, contact Karen Eppsteiner at firstname.lastname@example.org.