Thank you for participating in the 2016 National Conference, where you and your peers advanced the family medicine movement through workshops, main stage sessions, and networking with peers and potential employers.
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Watch the Main Stage sessions you experienced, or share them with your friends who missed out.
Panelists: Natasha Bhuyan, MD; Jennifer Brull, MD, FAAFP; and Zubin Damania, MD (ZDoggMD)
Moderator: T.R. Reid
The session provided an overview of the Health is Primary campaign and highlighted three family physicians from around the country who are innovating and transforming primary care delivery, including a special and entertaining video debut by ZDoggMD(www.youtube.com). Panelists discussed how to become a primary care champion and how attendees can help shape the role of primary care in a rapidly evolving health care system.
View the Opening Main Stage Video »
Presenter: Jeffrey Brenner, MD
Dr. Brenner discussed how the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers in Camden, NJ has worked to build a network of healthcare providers, community partners, and advocates to improve the quality, capacity, and accessibility of healthcare services to the city’s most vulnerable citizens while reducing costs. He highlighted how the Coalition has worked methodically to redesign how healthcare is delivered and to target services to patients facing the most complex medical and social challenges.
View the Friday Main Stage Video »
Presenter: Wanda Filer MD, MBA, FAAFP
AAFP President Dr. Wanda Filer shared how advocacy is an essential skill for family physicians to develop in order to lead U.S. health care to a more sustainable patient centered system, strengthen the health of communities, grow the primary care workforce, and close disparities in care.
View the Closing Main Stage Video »
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