|PCDC invites you to the latest Primary Care Innovation Circle Primary Care and DSRIP: Long Island Edition.May 7, 2015 at the Garden City Hotel
- Registration and networking: 5:30-6:00 PM
- Program: 6:00-7:45 PM
- Networking reception: 7:45-8:30 PM
The Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) Program – New York State’s $6.4 billion Medicaid waiver initiative – envisions health system and payment reform that relies on major expansion of access to high-quality primary care. Will DSRIP deliver on the Primary Care Promise?
As Year 1 of DSRIP begins, please join us as we engage key leaders who are working to ensure DSRIP makes a difference. Discussion topics include:
- How are PPSs and primary care organizations planning to meet primary care access
and quality goals?
- Will primary care command the necessary resources to deliver?
- What are the key challenges and the sustainable primary care models?
We are delighted to announce this year’s expert panel:
Ronda Kotelchuck, Chief Executive Officer, Primary Care Development Corporation
Peggy Chan, MPH, DSRIP Director, NYS Department of Health
Joseph Lamantia, Chief of Operations for Population Health, Stony Brook Medicine
Grace Wong, VP, Chief Financial Officer of Medicaid Strategy, North Shore-LIJ Health Systems
David Manko, Partner, Rivkin Radler LLP
Jacqueline Delmont, Chief Medical Officer, Beacon Healthcare
This month’s Innovation Circle is made possible with support from:
About PCDC: Founded in 1993, the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding and transforming primary care in underserved communities to improve health outcomes, lower health costs and reduce disparities.
Capital Investment: PCDC provides the capital and know-how to build, renovate and expand community based health facilities, so that providers can deliver the best care to their patients.
Performance Improvement: PCDC provides consulting, training and coaching services to help practices deliver a patient-centered model of care that maximizes patient access, meaningful use of health IT, care coordination and patient experience.
Policy & Advocacy: PCDC leads and supports successful policy initiatives that increase access to quality primary care, improve the health of communities, and lower health system costs.
|About the Primary Care Innovation Circle: PCDC’s Primary Care Innovation Circle brings together leaders to discuss key issues, challenges and opportunities that will shape primary care and the healthcare system of the future.