Michigan Primary Care Consortium to Conduct Patient Centered Medical Home Symposium
Focus: Meaningful Use, Team Building, and Patient Engagement
The Michigan Primary Care Consortium will be conducting a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) symposium on Saturday, February 23 from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. at East Lansing’s Eagle Eye Golf Club. The Club is located at 15500 Chandler Road in East Lansing.
The free symposium, graciously underwritten by Sanofi- US, is open to physicians and relevant office staff members.
According to Michael DeGrow, Chair of the Consortium’s Education and Program Committee, “The symposium will offer experienced and authoritative speakers who will talk on meaningful use, PCMH team building, and patient engagement.” He added, “The symposium will offer a late morning panel so questions and comments can be extended.”
Featured speakers are: Ewa Matuszewski, Medical Network One, Madison Heights, MI; Greg Stefanek, M.D., Gratiot Family Practice, Alma, MI, and Dianne Conrad, R.N., M.S., F.N.P., D.N.P., Cadillac Family Physicians, Cadillac, MI.
Space is limited. Registration forms are available on the Consortium’s website (www.mipcc.org) by clicking on “Activities and Advocacy” or you may contact Tammy First at 517.241.7353 or FirstT@michigan.gov.
About the Consortium
The MPCC is a statewide, multi-stakeholder non-profit corporation leading Michigan’s transformation efforts by ensuring sustainable, quality, and accessible primary care. The Consortium is a leading advocate for the Patient Centered Medical Home approach, as well as with disease and chronic disease prevention. For more information, please visit www.mipcc.org.