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Primary Care Transformation - Redesigning a System that Empowers Patients, Engages Providers, and Delivers on Health and Wellness
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Preventive Medicine 2020 Online brought together leaders from medicine and public health to examine the most pressing issues in healthcare today, and how the Nation’s healthcare system can be transformed around prevention. This virtual meeting offered high-quality medical education programming, networking opportunities, and the recognition of the best in the profession.

The meeting was organized around critical topics including innovations in community health, public health policy, evidence and practice, health systems transformation and lifestyle medicine. Each meeting day was themed around two critical topics, with distinct sessions addressing shared themes in the practice of prevention.


Preventive Medicine 2020 Online focused on big, bold, upstream ideas and the people, places, and programs that are making them a reality today. Transformation is only possible with a clear vision, audacious goals, an innovative mindset, and the will to implement new policy and practice, honestly evaluate change, and engage stakeholders at every level.

A high-functioning healthcare system requires a strong foundation in primary care. Over the last decade, there has been significant care delivery and payment innovation focused on transforming primary care. This innovation has been driven by physicians, providers, payers, employers, and startups. This session will focus on different technology-driven care models being used to engage patients to improve clinical outcomes, health outcomes, and improve efficiency.
Outcome Objectives
  • At the conclusion of this session the participant will have a broad understanding of primary care transformation drivers.
  • At the conclusion of this session, participants will know some of the current evidence that supports different approaches to primary care redesign.
  • At the conclusion of this session, participants will understand possible care models and approaches for better engaging members to reduce cost and improve clinical and health outcomes.
Dr. Alefiyah Mesiwala

Dr. Michael Sokol, M.D., M.S, F.A.C.P.M

Dr. Gregory Weidner, MD FACP -
Availability: On-Demand
Expires on Sep 24, 2023
Cost: Non-Member: $45.00
Student/Resident Member: $35.00
ACPM Subscriber: $35.00
Member: $35.00
Credit Offered:
1 CME Credit
1 MOC Point

American College of Preventive Medicine
1200 First Street NE, Suite 315 - Washington, DC 20002
202-466-2044  ·

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