Washington, DC October 21-25, 2014
Assembly Sessions – Population-based Care: Patient-Centered Medical Home PBL: Discussion Session, CME301, CME302; Population-based Care: Practice Foundations for PCMH: Prepare for PCMH Transformation, CME 331, CME332
Dr. Brull lives and practices full-scope rural family medicine in Plainville, Kansas. She sees patients in office, hospital (critical access), emergency room, nursing home, hospice, and home settings. Her patients range in age from birth to more than 100 years old. Dr. Brull has volunteered as a clinical faculty member for the University of Kansas School of Medicine since 2002 and has been teaching at conferences for approximately 10 years. Her areas of specialty include quality/performance improvement, EHR/HIE, social media, and the patient-centered medical home. In 2014, Dr. Brull received the University of Kansas School of Medicine’s Student Assembly Ad Astra Outstanding Volunteer Award, and the CDC named her a Million Hearts Hypertension Control Challenge Champion.
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Assembly Faculty A-C
Jennifer Brull, MD