The Ohio Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (OPCPCC) is actively planning for its annual meeting and your help is needed! Conference organizers have issued a call for presentations to amplify the theme of the conference, “Primary Care and Behavioral Health: Pulling the Patient Out of the Silos.”
If effort to find hidden practice gems from around Ohio that are related to primary care and behavioral health integration, please consider completing and submitting the presentation application; the submission deadline is Friday, June 1.
The OPCPCC annual conference is set for Friday, September 14, at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center in Columbus, OH. Each year, conference attendance swells well past 200 attendees and reaches all professions engaged in advancing patient-centered medical home models across Ohio.
The OPCPCC is a coalition of primary care providers, insurers, employers, consumer advocates, and other interested public and private primary care stakeholders.
The OPCPCC creates a forum for idea sharing, education, and development of new programs and activities that facilitate the development of a more effective and efficient value-focused model of patient-centered care delivery in Ohio.
Please direct any questions to OPCPCC Executive Director Amy Rae Bashforth or call 614.644.9756.