Spring Primary Care Conference
2014: Living the Change
Spring Primary Care Conference and Annual Membership Meeting
May 17-20, 2014Hyatt at Olive 81635 8th AvenueSeattle WA 98101206-695-1234
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Revitalize your professional outlook in the new era of healthcare and start living the change!
Join us this spring in downtown Seattle for our annual conference for leaders, staff, and directors of Northwest community health centers. Alongside more than 350 of your colleagues, you'll discover best practices for successfully implementing the Affordable Care Act with the goal of quality healthcare for all.
Take home practical ideas from some of the industry's experts, network with fellow community healthcare professionals, hear from thought-provoking speakers, and discover cutting-edge products and services in the exhibit hall.
This four-day conference offers more than 40 educational sessions, plus keynote speakers and important updates from top government and NACHC leaders. Connect with colleagues at the traditional roundtable lunches and visit a new, patient centered medical home serving the Seattle area. On the final day, enjoy the annual NWRPCA membership lunch meeting and awards ceremony. Watch for the premiere of a new NWRPCA video and inspiring guest speaker.
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