Events & Convenings
Puffer Fellowship 10th Anniversary Celebration Weekend
October 14-16, Washington, DC
The 10th Anniversary Celebration weekend was planned in conjunction with NAM’s 50th Anniversary Meeting, bringing together current and past Puffer Fellows, and other NAM members.
Weekend Activities included a welcome event at the CPV for Puffer Fellows, a group dinner at Georgia Brown’s, panel presentations by Puffer fellows, invigorating discussions, a scavenger hunt and dine-around, and a great deal of fun.
Developing Medicare/Medicaid Policy Options for Social Risk Payment Adjustment
March 31, 2022 & May 12, 2022
This invitation-only workshop series will be comprised of key staff and influencers from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, United States Department of Health and Human Services, safety net health plans, clinicians, states, and patient stakeholders. These convenings will provide a unique forum to design potential new approaches to risk adjustment and further develop policy options for Medicaid and Medicare.
Better Health – Now Campaign Aims to Help Patients Benefit from More Community-Based Primary Care
March 29, 2022, 1-2pm ET
Join us and the Primary Care Collaborative in launching Better Health – Now. We need strong primary care in every community so we all have better access to health. This campaign will present a way to make this vision a reality.
Starfield Summit V: Advancing & Improving Measurement and Value in Primary Care (AIM-PC)
Four Virtual Events, March – July 2022
Primary care is where most outpatient healthcare is delivered and where more than one-third of all visits take place. However, how primary care clinician decisions and behaviors affect total costs of care is poorly captured and understood by payors and policymakers. Initiated in 2016, Starfield Summits were created as multistakeholder discussions on topics of critical importance to primary care, intended to inform and create movement in research, policy, training and practice.
Setting a Research Agenda for the Use of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning in Primary Care
March 18-19, 2021
With the digitization of everything from videos to voices and documents, artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) have revolutionized industries, including medicine, but have yet to transform primary care. A review of primary care AI/ML concluded that the field remains in “early stages of maturity,” despite a history spanning nearly 35 years. Only 1 out of every 7 of these papers includes a primary care author; therefore, one barrier to greater impact is engagement from the primary care community.