Saturday, March 28, 2015
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sheraton Wilmington South
New Castle, Deleware (Wilmington)
To register by fax or mail, download the registration form(1 page PDF).
Gain an in-depth understanding of transitioning to a Direct Primary Care practice with this one-day, hands-on, peer-to-peer session using our resources.
This workshop is designed to help you gain understanding on transitioning your practice. No CME is awarded.
Early Bird Discount | AAFP members and nonmembers: $40
View Cancellation & Course Refund Policy.
Contact the hotel directly to make arrangements for your accommodations during this course.
Sheraton Wilmington South(www.sheratonwilmingtonsouth.com)
365 Airport Road
New Castle, Deleware 19720
(Less than 5 miles from New Castle County Airport)
Phone: (302) 328-6200
Please contact the hotel for pricing and availability at 1 (302) 328-6200.
Note: A limited number of rooms at the discounted group rate are available for conference registrants on a first-come, first-served basis, and cannot be guaranteed by the AAFP.
Given the nascent nature of the DPC movement, there is still a significant lack of resources to support family physicians in learning more about the model and in undertaking the transformational process. Due to the lack of available best practice guidance, several AAFP members that have begun converting into DPC practices have already gotten into significant difficulties with insurance carriers, state insurance regulators, or their existing patients.
The interest among family physicians in the DPC model is due to the fact that it empowers them to work directly with their patients and bypass the entrenched infrastructure of dealing with insurance carriers. Many of the everyday hurdles that family physicians have come to accept as simply the unavoidable pitfalls of practicing medicine are part of this infrastructure– such as the requirement for coding patient visits and managing claims for reimbursement. In short, the DPC model directly aligns high-value patient-centered care, physician autonomy, and an appropriate payment model which rewards family physicians specifically for taking care of their patients rather than for the volume of patients that can be seen in a single day.
The intent of the DPC Workshop series is two-fold:
The workshops will be one-day, eight-hour meetings structured around adult-learning principles and peer-to-peer learning activities. To preserve the effectiveness of the workshops as educational cohorts, the attendance will be limited (approximately 60 participants).
All workshop attendees will receive a complimentary one-year subscription to the AAFP DPC Toolkit. Resources drawn from the toolkit will be integrated into the DPC Workshop curriculum.
To truly promote peer-to-peer learning, the DPC Workshop curriculum is structured to minimize the amount of didactic lectures. The vast majority of time will be comprised of various discussion-based activities.
Please note: on-site changes to the curriculum can be made by the faculty in order to better address the concerns of the attendees.
James J. Eischen, Jr., Partner, Higgs Fletcher & Mack LLP
Sharon McCoy-George, MD, MPS, FAAFP, MD Mentors, Principle
Jay Keese III, Executive Director, Direct Primary Care Coalition
Registration includes a one-year subscription to the Direct Primary Care Toolkit.
Access information will be sent one week before the course, and a hard copy will be available onsite. Additional information and instructions will be provided by email.
Direct Primary Care Workshop
Saturday, March 28, 2015
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