2017 NWRPCA/CHAMPS/WCN Fall Primary Care Conference

Participation and Registration

Registration and Revenue

Category 2015 2016 2017
Paying Registrants 367 348 346
Revenue $264,584.00 $243,765.00 $247,054.00
Source: Confex. The revenue from 2015 includes tickets for an optional, separately priced two-day HRSA track that was not avaialble for 2016 or 2017.

2017 Participants

Participant Type Count Percent
Attendees 344 61%
Presenters 114 20%
Exhibitors 66 12%
Staff/Volunteer 28 5%
VIP 8 1%
Source: Name Badge List

Attendee Types

Attendee Type 2015 2016 2017
Member (NWRPCA/CHAMPS/WCN) 298 302 290
Regular 32 22 28
Presenter 27 21 19
Federal/Student 11 3 9
Source: Confex. Only presenters who submit payment to attend more days than just the day of their presentation go through the registration process.

Participation at Prior Primary Care Conferences

Attendance 2015 2016 2017
N/A 5% 9% 5%
None 31% 33% 30%
Once 19% 16% 22%
Twice 9% 10% 16%
Three or more times 36% 32% 27%
Source: Confex. This chart should be treated with caution. The question on the registration form about participation is "How many times, including this one, have you attended the NWRPCA/CHAMPS Fall Primary Care Conference?" This question makes the "None" option irrelevant, which problematizes accurately determining the number of first-time registrants.

Registration Rate

Rate201520162017
Full Conference57%68%67%
One-Day9%8%5%
Two-Day28%21%25%
Three-Day0%0%1%
Four-Day2%0%0%
Day of Presentation + 1 Day (Speakers Only)2%2%2%
Day of Presentation + 2 Day (Speakers Only)1%1%1%
HRSA Track Only1%0%0%
Source: Confex. Click here for a full breakdown of the registration rates available to each attendee type. The HRSA track in 2015 was an additional charge to registration and was not available in 2016 or 2017.

Roles

Role201520162017Change
Administrative1%1%2%1%
Allied Health Provider0%1%0%0%
Behavioral Health1%2%1%0%
Board Member13%15%15%2%
CFO5%5%3%-2%
CHW2%1%3%1%
Clinical4%5%3%-1%
Clinical Director/Manager25%16%23%-2%
Consultant2%1%1%-1%
Dental1%1%1%0%
Enabling Services2%2%1%-1%
Executive Director/CEO16%17%14%-2%
Fiscal Staff2%5%2%0%
Government Employee3%1%1%-2%
HR4%3%4%0%
Nursing1%3%3%2%
Operations/COO4%6%8%4%
Other5%7%7%2%
PCA4%4%4%0%
Policy1%1%1%0%
Quality1%1%4%3%
Researcher0%0%0%0%
Student1%0%1%0%
Source: Confex. Roles are self-selected from a list of available options at the time of registration. Registrants may select "Other" and then write in their job title/role. The list of roles on the registration form has a great deal of redundancy and the "Other" data can be very messy. I have attempted to clean up the data by recategorizing roles by job title, so there's probably a great deal of subjectivity with this chart.

Days Attending

Day 2015 2016 2017
Saturday 266 269 286
Sunday 247 291 302
Monday 296 292 282
Tuesday 266 262 250

Source: Confex. This table is based off what attendees select at the time of registration.

Registrants by State

State Count Percent of Total
AK 44 13%
ID 26 8%
OR 45 13%
WA 97 28%
CO 23 7%
MT 47 14%
ND 7 2%
SD 8 2%
UT 13 4%
WY 8 2%
Other 28 8%
Source: Confex.

Participating Health Centers

Region X Health Centers Participation by State

State Participating Participating % Not Participating Not Participating %
Alaska 18 67% 9 33%
Idaho 8 57% 6 43%
Oregon 13 43% 17 57%
Washington 21 78% 6 22%
Source: Name Badge List. Eligible health centers were identified here, selecting H80 grantees in Region X states.

Region X Health Centers

Grantee NameStateRegistered?Grant Number
ALEUTIAN PRIBILOF ISLANDS ASSOCIATION, INC.AKYesH80CS01129
ANCHORAGE NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTER, INC.AKYesH80CS00146
BETHEL FAMILY CLINICAKYesH80CS01138
BOROUGH OF BRISTOL BAY (CAMAI)AKYesH80CS01134
BRISTOL BAY HEALTH CORPORATIONAKYesH80CS01133
COUNCIL OF ATHABASCAN TRIBAL GOVERNMENTSAKYesH80CS01131
CROSS ROAD HEALTH MINISTRIES, INC.AKYesH80CS01444
DENA' NENA' HENASH (TCC)AKYesH80CS08220
EASTERN ALEUTIAN TRIBES, INC.AKYesH80CS00740
GIRDWOOD HEALTH CLINICAKNoH80CS28997
ILIULIUK FAMILY AND HEALTH SERVICES, INC.AKYesH80CS01137
INTERIOR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER INCAKNoH80CS00745
KODIAK AREA NATIVE ASSOCIATIONAKYesH80CS26599
KODIAK ISLAND HEALTH CARE FOUNDATION (KODIAK CHC)AKYesH80CS01445
MANIILAQ ASSOCIATIONAKNoH80CS01127
MAT SU HEALTH SERVICES INCAKYesH80CS04435
NATIVE VILLAGE OF EYAK (ILANKA)AKNoH80CS04434
NORTON SOUND HEALTH CORPORATIONAKNoH80CS01130
PENINSULA COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES OF ALASKA, INC.AKNoH80CS01139
SELDOVIA VILLAGE TRIBE (SVT)AKNoH80CS01136
SEWARD, CITY OFAKYesH80CS26600
SKAGWAY, CITY OF (DAHL)AKNoH80CS08232
SOUTHCENTRAL FOUNDATIONAKYesH80CS01128
SOUTHEAST ALASKA REGIONAL HEALTH CONSORTIUMAKYesH80CS00559
SUNSHINE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER INCORPORATEDAKYesH80CS00568
YAKUTAT TLINGIT TRIBE (SEARHC)AKYesH80CS04208
YUKON-KUSKOKWIM HEALTH CORPORATIONAKNoH80CS00447
ADAMS COUNTY HEALTH CENTER INCIDNoH80CS08329
BENEWAH MEDICAL CENTERIDNoH80CS00544
BOUNDARY REGIONAL COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC. (KANIKSU)IDYesH80CS00302
COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF IDAHO, INC.IDYesH80CS04201
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS, INC. (TERRY REILLY)IDYesH80CS00636
DIRNE HEALTH CENTERS, INC. (HERITAGE HEALTH)IDYesH80CS02331
FAMILY HEALTH SERVICES CORPORATIONIDYesH80CS00425
FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY OF IDAHOIDNoH80CS26601
GLENNS FERRY HEALTH CENTER, INC.IDYesH80CS00473
HEALTH WEST INCIDYesH80CS00321
NORTH CUSTER HOSPITAL DIS (CHALLIS)IDNoH80CS29003
SHOSHONE-BANNOCK TRIBES OF THE FORT HALL RESERVATION OF IDAHOIDNoH80CS28360
UPPER VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES, INC. (GRAND PEAKS)IDNoH80CS08756
VALLEY FAMILY HEALTH CARE, INC.IDYesH80CS00556
ADAPT (SOUTH RIVER)ORNoH80CS24101
ASHER COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERORNoH80CS04206
BANDON COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER (COAST COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER)ORYesH80CS26602
BENTON COUNTYORYesH80CS02592
CENTRAL CITY CONCERNORYesH80CS00234
CLACKAMAS, COUNTY OFORNoH80CS00547
COLUMBIA RIVER COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICESORYesH80CS04207
COUNTY OF LANEORYesH80CS01443
KLAMATH HEALTH PARTNERS INCORYesH80CS00233
LA CLINICA DEL CARINO FAMILY HEALTH CARE CENTER, INC (ONE CHC)ORNoH80CS00426
LA CLINICA DEL VALLE FAMILY HEALTH CARE CENTER INCORNoH80CS00759
LA PINE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERORYesH80CS11462
LINCOLN, COUNTY OFORNoH80CS06639
MOSAICMEDICALORNoH80CS00270
MULTNOMAH, COUNTY OFORYesH80CS00149
NATIVE AMERICAN REHABILITATION ASSOCIATION INCORNoH80CS01588
NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTERORYesH80CS24160
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES, INC.ORNoH80CS00148
OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITYORYesH80CS24161
OUTSIDE INORNoH80CS00243
RINEHART MEDICAL CLINICORNoH80CS10593
ROGUE COMMUNITY HEALTH (COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER)ORNoH80CS04204
SISKIYOU COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.ORYesH80CS00369
TILLAMOOK COUNTYORNoH80CS00555
UMPQUA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INCORNoH80CS00567
VIRGINIA GARCIA MEMORIAL HEALTH CENTERORYesH80CS00817
WALLACE MEDICAL CONCERN, THEORNoH80CS24145
WATERFALL CLINIC, INCORPORATEDORYesH80CS08771
WHITE BIRD CLINICORNoH80CS00055
WINDING WATERS MEDICAL CLINICORNoH80CS29023
COLUMBIA BASIN HEALTH ASSOCIATIONWANoH80CS00147
COLUMBIA VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTHWAYesH80CS00574
COMMUNITY HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF SPOKANEWAYesH80CS00319
COMMUNITY HEALTH CAREWAYesH80CS00481
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF SNOHOMISH COUNTYWAYesH80CS00746
COMMUNITY HEALTH OF CENTRAL WASHINGTONWAYesH80CS08774
CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE COLVILLE RESERVATION, THE (LAKE ROOSEVELT)WAYesH80CS01441
COUNTRY DOCTOR COMMUNITY CLINICWAYesH80CS00647
COWLITZ FAMILY HEALTH CENTERWANoH80CS00542
FAMILY HEALTH CENTERSWAYesH80CS00409
GRANT COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT 5 (MATTAWA)WAYesH80CS29030
HEALTHPOINTWAYesH80CS00360
INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICESWAYesH80CS00437
KING, COUNTY OFWAYesH80CS00056
LEWIS COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES (VALLEY VEIW HEALTH CENTER)WAYesH80CS04205
MOSES LAKE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERWANoH80CS00702
N. A. T. I. V. E. PROJECT, THEWANoH80CS26603
NEIGHBORCARE HEALTHWAYesH80CS00829
NEW HEALTH PROGRAMS ASSOCIATIONWANoH80CS00493
NORTH OLYMPIC HEALTHCARE NETWORK PCWAYesH80CS28357
PENINSULA COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICESWAYesH80CS00677
SEA-MAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERWAYesH80CS00445
SEATTLE INDIAN HEALTH BOARDWAYesH80CS00552
TRI-CITIES COMMUNITY HEALTHWANoH80CS00498
UNITY CARE NORTHWEST (INTERFAITH)WAYesH80CS08773
YAKIMA NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH SERVICESWAYesH80CS06078
YAKIMA VALLEY FARM WORKERS CLINICWAYesH80CS00639
Source: Name Badge List. Eligible health centers were identified here, selecting H80 grantees in Region X states.

Region VIII Health Centers Participation by State

State Participating Participating % Not Participating Not Participating %
Colorado 7 35% 13 65%
Montana 12 71% 5 29%
North Dakota 0 0% 4 100%
South Dakota 2 40% 3 60%
Utah 5 38% 8 62%
Wyoming 2 33% 4 67%
Source: Name Badge List. Eligible health centers were identified here, selecting H80 grantees in Region VIII states.

Region VIII Health Centers

Grantee NameStateRegistered?Grant Number
CLINICA CAMPESINA FAMILY HEALTH SERVICESCONoH80CS00690
COLORADO COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS, THECONoH80CS00040
DENVER HEALTH AND HOSPITALS AUTHORITYCONoH80CS00218
DOLORES COUNTY HEALTH ASSOCIATION (DOVE CREEK)COYesH80CS00464
HIGH PLAINS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INCORPORATEDCOYesH80CS00214
LA CLINICA TEPEYAC INCCONoH80CS28998
MARILLAC CLINIC, INC.CONoH80CS28356
METRO COMMUNITY PROVIDER NETWORK, INC.COYesH80CS00217
MOUNTAIN FAMILY HEALTH CENTERSCONoH80CS00830
NORTHWEST COLORADO VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATIONCOYesH80CS10610
OLATHE COMMUNITY CLINIC, INC.CONoH80CS24176
PEAK VISTA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERSCOYesH80CS00212
PLAN DE SALUD DEL VALLE, INC. (SALUD FAMILY HEALTH CENTERS)COYesH80CS00801
PUEBLO COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.CONoH80CS00692
REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, THECONoH80CS24099
SOUTHWEST COLORADO MENTAL HEALTH CENTER, INC.COYesH80CS26510
SUMMIT COMMUNITY CARE CLINICCONoH80CS28361
SUNRISE COMMUNITY HEALTHCONoH80CS00804
UNCOMPAHGRE COMBINED CLINICSCONoH80CS00623
VALLEY WIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS, INC.CONoH80CS00134
BIGHORN VALLEY HEALTH CENTER, INCMTYesH80CS24102
BULLHOOK COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.MTYesH80CS08219
BUTTE-SILVER BOW PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CLINIC, INC (SOUTHWEST MONTANA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER)MTYesH80CS00799
CASCADE, COUNTY OF (COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE CENTER)MTYesH80CS00566
CENTRAL MONTANA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.MTNoH80CS10594
COMMUNITY HEALTH PARTNERS CLINICMTYesH80CS00736
CUSTER COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.MTNoH80CS01450
FLATHEAD, COUNTY OFMTYesH80CS12847
GLACIER COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.MTYesH80CS01451
LEWIS & CLARK, COUNTY OFMTNoH80CS00515
LINCOLN COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER (NORTHWEST CHC)MTYesH80CS00805
MARIAS HEALTHCARE SERVICES INCMTNoH80CS29012
MISSOULA, COUNTY OFMTYesH80CS00528
MONTANA MIGRANT & SEASONAL FARM WORKERS COUNCIL INCMTYesH80CS00704
SAPPHIRE COMMUNITY HEALTH, INC.MTNoH80CS28359
SWEET MEDICAL CENTER INCMTYesH80CS00869
YELLOWSTONE CITY-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT (RIVERSTONE)MTYesH80CS00418
COAL COUNTRY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERNDNoH80CS09469
FAMILY HEALTHCARE CENTERNDNoH80CS00317
NORTHLAND HEALTH PARTNERS COMMUNITYNDNoH80CS00847
VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERSNDNoH80CS01808
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF THE BLACK HILLS, INC.SDNoH80CS00216
HORIZON HEALTH CARE INCSDYesH80CS00135
RURAL HEALTH CARE, INC.SDNoH80CS00456
SIOUX FALLS, CITY OF (FALLS COMMUNITY HEALTH)SDYesH80CS00219
UNION COUNTY HEALTH FOUNDATIONSDNoH80CS00534
BEAR LAKE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.UTNoH80CS00723
CARBON MEDICAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION INCORPORATEDUTNoH80CS00518
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS, INC.UTYesH80CS00220
ENTERPRISE VALLEY MEDICAL CLINICUTNoH80CS00644
GREEN RIVER MEDICAL CENTERUTYesH80CS00462
MIDTOWN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.UTYesH80CS00831
MOUNTAINLANDS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INCUTNoH80CS00213
PAIUTE INDIAN TRIBE OF UTAH, THEUTYesH80CS26515
SOUTHWEST UTAH COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.UTNoH80CS07890
UTAH NAVAJO HEALTH SYSTEM, INCORPORATEDUTYesH80CS00820
UTAH PARTNERS FOR HEALTHUTNoH80CS26644
WASATCH HOMELESS HEALTH CARE, INC.UTNoH80CS00043
WAYNE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS, INC.UTNoH80CS00519
CHEYENNE HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER (HEALTHWORKS)WYYesH80CS04196
COMMUNITY ACTION OF LARAMIE COUNTY INCWYYesH80CS00042
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF CENTRAL WYOMING, INC.WYNoH80CS00564
NATRONA, COUNTY OFWYNoH80CS02330
POWELL HEALTH CARE COALITIONWYNoH80CS28358
UNIVERSITY OF WYOMINGWYNoH80CS30723
Source: Name Badge List. Eligible health centers were identified here, selecting H80 grantees in Region VIII states.

Track and Session Head Counts

Session Head Counts

Track# of SessionsTotal Head CountAverage Head CountTotal Head Count (VIII)Average Head Count (VIII)Total Head Count (X)Average Head Count (X)
Behavioral Health414235.54511.35513.8
Clinical836145.113717.110312.9
Community Health414235.5307.58220.5
Fiscal614724.5315.27612.7
Governance524148.28717.413126.2
HHS622537.58213.710417.3
Integrated Services37525.0217.03010.0
Marketing13535.01616.01919.0
Operations623839.78914.810918.2
Policy/Environment611719.5274.5477.8
Quality Transformation626243.77612.713222.0
Workforce/HR733547.99713.914020.0
Source: Session Evaluation Results.

Session Head Counts Color-Coded by Track

Note: The blue line represents the average session head count for the entire conference: 37.

Session Head Counts Color Coded by Track Graphic
Source: Session Evaluation Results

Track Head Counts by Region

Source: Session Evaluation Results.

Session Evaluations

Session Evaluations Average Response Graphic
Source: Session Evaluations Results. Questions are ranked by session attendees on a scale of 1-5, with 1 representing "Strongly Disagree" and 5 representing "Strongly Agree". The evaluations for the 2015 Fall Primary Care Conference did not ask any questions about session descriptions or applying knowledge to work.

Individual Session Evaluation Results

Note: Cells with darker blue colors rank higher for their given column and cells with darker orange colors rank lower.

#TitleTrackHeadcountCompleted EvaluationsResponse RateDescription ConsistentObjectives AchievedKnowledge GainedApply to WorkDidn't SellFacility AppropriateOverall
1Governance Responsibilities for CHC BoardsGovernance393590%4.114.184.184.234.534.373.97
2HITEQ Center: Population Health Management and Engaging Patients Through PortalsOperations333194%4.234.194.294.354.554.384.28
3Workforce Innovations in Pipeline DevelopmentWorkforce/HR382258%4.684.684.574.574.594.654.71
4Introducing Peer Review in Primary CareClinical381745%4.474.714.534.414.864.564.56
5Today's Care Management and Social Determinants of Health in a Community Health CenterCommunity Health403588%4.714.744.544.44.824.594.68
6The Economic and Social Impact of Graduate Medical EducationWorkforce/HR422355%4.264.264.093.744.634.524.19
7Integrating Quality Sexual + Reproductive Health into Primary CareClinical503060%4.834.874.84.774.814.74.96
8Improving Health Outcomes through Supportive Housing - Integration of Health Care and Supportive HousingCommunity Health362672%4.584.624.464.274.874.744.57
92017 IT Security Vulnerabilities in HealthcareOperations171694%4.674.64.534.474.734.734.6
10Where Have All the Good Candidates Gone?Workforce/HR511835%4.654.654.654.594.674.734.8
11Hepatitis C Birth Cohort Screening: Practices & Perceptions Among Primary Care Providers at an FQHCClinical201260%4.334.174.093.924.834.584.17
12Community Health Workers: Current Developments in National and State PolicyCommunity Health462963%4.624.554.524.344.844.564.54
13Keys to Successful Implementation of the New Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Emergency Preparedness Final RuleOperations332061%4.84.84.854.84.474.744.68
14Clinician Recruitment: A Team EffortWorkforce/HR331855%4.724.724.674.614.874.574.79
15Tis Not Just Self-Care - So What About Compassion Fatigue?Clinical614167%4.834.854.764.764.894.684.89
16Laying the Foundation for Improved LGBT Health in Primary CareCommunity Health201470%4.644.714.54.54.784.64.8
17How to Create the Best Board Meeting You Will Ever AttendGovernance603253%4.534.54.384.474.594.644.54
18A Data Strategy to Address Inequities in Healthcare DeliveryOperations612846%4.544.464.184.144.914.54.42
19Do You Want to be a Top EmployerWorkforce/HR402255%4.814.814.814.83.754.714.76
20Behavioral Health Workforce Allocation for Primary Care and Beyond: Creating a "Win-Win" across the SystemBehavioral Health482450%4.213.883.733.754.834.654
21Strategic Communications Best Practices for FQHCsMarketing352160%4.814.764.764.764.824.884.88
22Board Competence - What Works and What Doesn'tGovernance602542%4.444.444.44.464.744.524.48
23Medical Scheduling for Maximizing AccessOperations662741%4.744.784.74.74.934.814.81
24Parallel Progress: Treating the Clinic to Treat the PatientBehavioral Health602948%4.834.94.764.794.964.894.85
25Models of Governance - The Real Life ExperienceGovernance501938%4.334.444.174.064.634.314.5
26Avoiding Common Site Visit FindingsOperations282071%4.54.64.54.474.884.784.5
27Blindsided: A Crash Course in LeadershipWorkforce/HR643555%4.544.514.494.464.94.64.66
28Community-Based Approaches to Addressing Mental Health in Latino CommunitiesBehavioral Health201680%4.334.44.64.214.544.624.5
29Clinical Leaders - Peer Learning SessionClinical291759%4.824.764.764.884.944.824.88
30Are You Confused? I Am!Governance321650%4.694.694.694.54.874.534.8
31Strengthening Leadership Presence: Inspiring and Engaging Employees in Times of Constant ChangeWorkforce/HR672740%4.744.74.674.744.874.874.78
32Behavioral Health Clinician's CornerBehavioral Health14536%4.84.64.84.64.84.84.6
33Analytics for Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced QI StaffQuality Transformation442966%4.724.724.794.764.754.764.71
34HHS Priority on Childhood ObesityHHS471736%4.754.694.694.54.794.794.79
35NACHC Policy Update and Grassroots AdvocacyPolicy/Environment36822%4.754.754.754.754.714.574.71
36Journeying with the so-Called "Difficult Patient" -- Ptifalls, Pearls, and PragmaticsClinical583052%4.834.84.94.834.894.834.9
37Revenue Cycle ManagementFiscal421536%4.734.734.674.64.864.864.79
38Are You Ready for PCMH 2017 Redesign?Quality Transformation321444%4.644.644.644.574.574.644.64
39HHS Priority on Mental HealthHHS361336%4.384.314.234.154.674.64.5
40Going from Zero to ACE: Building Advocacy Capacity Via the Advocacy and Hispanic Advocacy Center of Excellence ProgramsPolicy/Environment13754%4.434.574.294.144.834.834.83
41Clinical Leadership: How to Effectively Lead Your TeamClinical643758%4.894.864.924.924.864.864.89
42Assessing the Health of Your Revenue CycleFiscal21524%4.64.64.44.7554.64.6
43Fully Integrated Managed Care, Accountable Communities of Health and Medicaid TransformationQuality Transformation261246%4.424.54.424.174.824.914.45
44HHS Priority on OpioidsHHS421229%4.924.9254.92555
45Assessing Your Advocacy and Policy Change Activities -- Knowing What Works and What Doesn'tPolicy/Environment17741%54.864.864.294.334.674.67
46Chronic Care Management for the Elderly PatientClinical411024%3.7833.23.34.33.93.3
47Focused KPI for CHC LeadershipFiscal261246%4.834.834.754.754.084.834.92
48Patient Experience As a Driver of QualityQuality Transformation722738%4.544.544.354.424.524.524.44
49aHHS Fund Opportunities and ResourcesHHS451431%4.54.574.574.574.714.714.64
49bHHS Fund Opportunities and ResourcesHHS451124%4.454.454.364.184.94.74.6
49cHHS Fund Opportunities and ResourcesHHS10440%4.754.254.754.754.754.754.5
50What Health Centers Need to Know about Immigration Law and PolicyPolicy/Environment1717100%4.944.9454.94555
51Integrated Community Based Care to Support Older Adults/Dual EligiblesIntegrated Services10660%4.54.54.174.334.64.64.4
52Why, When, and How To Bill Medicare 519 RatesFiscal27830%4.884.754.754.754.884.754.63
53Hypertension Management Is a Team Sport, Evidence-Based Care Meets Quality Improvement at CHC Inc.Quality Transformation522854%4.794.894.824.794.884.964.88
54Bridging Policy, Advocacy & PatientsPolicy/Environment231043%4.94.94.94.954.884.88
55The 340B Drug Pricing Program: Strategic Framework for 2017 and BeyondIntegrated Services421331%4.924.924.924.924.924.754.92
56New Leasing Standard - Overview and Effective ImplementationFiscal11655%43.833.833.83443.83
57Quality Innovative Projects in the Primary Care Setting: Telemedicine BP Monitoring, Diabetes Group Visits and FIT MailersQuality Transformation361747%4.654.534.474.54.644.574.57
58Understanding Dual Eligibility: Nuts, Bolts and ResourcesPolicy/Environment11764%4.864.864.864.864.864.864.86
59Oral Health Integration between Medicine and Dentistry: A Population Approach to the Oral-Systemic Connection.Integrated Services231670%4.814.874.934.8754.874.87
60Transforming Primary Care Delivery: Practical and Financial Considerations for Effecting Center TransformationFiscal20735%443.713.713.714.143.86
Source: Session Evaluation Results. Questions are ranked by session attendees on a scale of 1-5, with 1 representing "Strongly Disagree" and 5 representing "Strongly Agree".

Speaker Evaluation Results

Individual Speaker Evaluation Results

Note: Cells with darker blue colors rank higher for their given column and cells with darker orange colors rank lower.

Speaker FirstSpeaker LastSession #Session TitleTrackAverage of KnowledgeAverage of Delivery
AllisonAbayasekara10Where Have All the Good Candidates Gone?Workforce/HR4.824.75
AllisonAbayasekara14Clinician Recruitment: A Team EffortWorkforce/HR4.894.88
DeniseAnderson38Are You Ready for PCMH 2017 Redesign?Quality Transformation4.644.6
AphrodyiAntoine34HHS Priority on Childhood ObesityHHS4.814.9
AsleyBarrington16Laying the Foundation for Improved LGBT Health in Primary CareCommunity Health4.694.5
DavidBauman32Behavioral Health Clinician's CornerBehavioral Health4.84.75
BridgetBeachy32Behavioral Health Clinician's CornerBehavioral Health4.84.75
CarolBlank5Today's Care Management and Social Determinants of Health in a Community Health CenterCommunity Health4.794.79
NathanBotts2HITEQ Center: Population Health Management and Engaging Patients Through PortalsOperations4.323.67
AdamBowman56New Leasing Standard - Overview and Effective ImplementationFiscal4.174
DominikaBreedlove44HHS Priority on OpioidsHHS55
GeorgeBrewster31Strengthening Leadership Presence: Inspiring and Engaging Employees in Times of Constant ChangeWorkforce/HR4.924.91
MarkButcher39HHS Priority on Mental HealthHHS4.784.8
PamByrnes25Models of Governance - The Real Life ExperienceGovernance4.264.42
PamByrnes30Are You Confused? I Am!Governance54.88
JenniferCalohan48Patient Experience As a Driver of QualityQuality Transformation4.584.35
JanineChilds37Revenue Cycle ManagementFiscal4.874.85
JillChristensen19Do You Want to be a Top EmployerWorkforce/HR4.864.9
BerylCochran26Avoiding Common Site Visit FindingsOperations4.684.19
SusanCollins39HHS Priority on Mental HealthHHS4.784.8
VicColman34HHS Priority on Childhood ObesityHHS4.84.9
DrewCronyn16Laying the Foundation for Improved LGBT Health in Primary CareCommunity Health4.934.91
TerryCumpton58Understanding Dual Eligibility: Nuts, Bolts and ResourcesPolicy/Environment4.865
DavidDickinson44HHS Priority on OpioidsHHS55
BrianDougherty34HHS Priority on Childhood ObesityHHS4.814.9
AnneDyjak60Transforming Primary Care Delivery: Practical and Financial Considerations for Effecting Center TransformationFiscal4.434.14
StephanieEinfeld18A Data Strategy to Address Inequities in Healthcare DeliveryOperations4.754.56
AmberEisenmann7Integrating Quality Sexual + Reproductive Health into Primary CareClinical55
RebeccaEpstein28Community-Based Approaches to Addressing Mental Health in Latino CommunitiesBehavioral Health4.934.67
KimErvin21Strategic Communications Best Practices for FQHCsMarketing4.94.73
ChrisEspersen2HITEQ Center: Population Health Management and Engaging Patients Through PortalsOperations54.8
TammyEwers46Chronic Care Management for the Elderly PatientClinical3.753.25
EdFarrell36Journeying with the so-Called "Difficult Patient" -- Ptifalls, Pearls, and PragmaticsClinical54.89
NoahFay51Integrated Community Based Care to Support Older Adults/Dual EligiblesIntegrated Services4.54.33
BradFinegood44HHS Priority on OpioidsHHS55
RachelFoster23Medical Scheduling for Maximizing AccessOperations4.854.63
CheriseFowler3Workforce Innovations in Pipeline DevelopmentWorkforce/HR4.864.8
TomFronk44HHS Priority on OpioidsHHS55
JoeGallegos35NACHC Policy Update and Grassroots AdvocacyPolicy/Environment4.754.83
AnnetteGardner45Assessing Your Advocacy and Policy Change Activities -- Knowing What Works and What Doesn'tPolicy/Environment4.864.83
MariaGarza58Understanding Dual Eligibility: Nuts, Bolts and ResourcesPolicy/Environment4.715
JeanneGates5Today's Care Management and Social Determinants of Health in a Community Health CenterCommunity Health4.944.97
CarolynGleason34HHS Priority on Childhood ObesityHHS4.814.9
AnaGrande54Bridging Policy, Advocacy & PatientsPolicy/Environment55
ErinHafer43Fully Integrated Managed Care, Accountable Communities of Health and Medicaid TransformationQuality Transformation4.924.33
LisaHardmeyer Gray31Strengthening Leadership Presence: Inspiring and Engaging Employees in Times of Constant ChangeWorkforce/HR4.924.9
AlexandraHarris40Going from Zero to ACE: Building Advocacy Capacity Via the Advocacy and Hispanic Advocacy Center of Excellence ProgramsPolicy/Environment4.715
RhondaHauff8Improving Health Outcomes through Supportive Housing - Integration of Health Care and Supportive HousingCommunity Health4.924.71
DanHawkins35NACHC Policy Update and Grassroots AdvocacyPolicy/Environment4.754.83
ElisaHays27Blindsided: A Crash Course in LeadershipWorkforce/HR4.764.7
EricHenley29Clinical Leaders - Peer Learning SessionClinical4.824.88
TimothyHoekstra39HHS Priority on Mental HealthHHS4.784.8
AnnHogan19Do You Want to be a Top EmployerWorkforce/HR4.674.44
JeffHummel59Oral Health Integration between Medicine and Dentistry: A Population Approach to the Oral-Systemic Connection.Integrated Services55
BridgetIgoe34HHS Priority on Childhood ObesityHHS4.694.8
RonJackson44HHS Priority on OpioidsHHS55
PatriciaJane Lose16Laying the Foundation for Improved LGBT Health in Primary CareCommunity Health4.934.91
ChrisJenson41Clinical Leadership: How to Effectively Lead Your TeamClinical4.944.97
IngridJohnson3Workforce Innovations in Pipeline DevelopmentWorkforce/HR4.914.9
RebeccaJohnson1Governance Responsibilities for CHC BoardsGovernance4.323.91
RebeccaJohnson26Avoiding Common Site Visit FindingsOperations4.634.38
DeborahJohnson Ingram33Analytics for Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced QI StaffQuality Transformation4.974.84
RayJorgensen47Focused KPI for CHC LeadershipFiscal4.834.82
MarkKantor44HHS Priority on OpioidsHHS55
LynnKnox51Integrated Community Based Care to Support Older Adults/Dual EligiblesIntegrated Services4.54.33
JimKrieger34HHS Priority on Childhood ObesityHHS4.814.9
NancyLager60Transforming Primary Care Delivery: Practical and Financial Considerations for Effecting Center TransformationFiscal4.293.86
CathyLarsen13Keys to Successful Implementation of the New Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Emergency Preparedness Final RuleOperations4.94.82
AmaliaLeighton Cody34HHS Priority on Childhood ObesityHHS4.814.9
MeganLittlefield5Today's Care Management and Social Determinants of Health in a Community Health CenterCommunity Health4.884.96
LeenaLiu44HHS Priority on OpioidsHHS55
CharisseMarshall37Revenue Cycle ManagementFiscal4.934.85
FrancescaMartin39HHS Priority on Mental HealthHHS4.784.8
J LloydMichener6The Economic and Social Impact of Graduate Medical EducationWorkforce/HR4.874.35
MollyMolloy15Tis Not Just Self-Care - So What About Compassion Fatigue?Clinical4.934.92
ConnieMom-Chhing43Fully Integrated Managed Care, Accountable Communities of Health and Medicaid TransformationQuality Transformation4.834.44
WandaMontalvo16Laying the Foundation for Improved LGBT Health in Primary CareCommunity Health4.794.73
JenniferMorse40Going from Zero to ACE: Building Advocacy Capacity Via the Advocacy and Hispanic Advocacy Center of Excellence ProgramsPolicy/Environment4.715
JonathanMuller20Behavioral Health Workforce Allocation for Primary Care and Beyond: Creating a "Win-Win" across the SystemBehavioral Health4.463.73
GilMunoz54Bridging Policy, Advocacy & PatientsPolicy/Environment4.94.86
HeatherNiemi42Assessing the Health of Your Revenue CycleFiscal4.64.75
KikiNocella6The Economic and Social Impact of Graduate Medical EducationWorkforce/HR4.483.89
NoraO'Brien13Keys to Successful Implementation of the New Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Emergency Preparedness Final RuleOperations4.854.69
JulieOyemaja32Behavioral Health Clinician's CornerBehavioral Health4.84.75
LeePainter92017 IT Security Vulnerabilities in HealthcareOperations4.874.5
KatieParker51Integrated Community Based Care to Support Older Adults/Dual EligiblesIntegrated Services4.54.33
ShivaniPatel38Are You Ready for PCMH 2017 Redesign?Quality Transformation4.54.5
ChrisPatrick92017 IT Security Vulnerabilities in HealthcareOperations4.934.5
HannahPulaski4Introducing Peer Review in Primary CareClinical4.884.73
DeniseRhiner21Strategic Communications Best Practices for FQHCsMarketing4.854.79
PatriciaRobinson39HHS Priority on Mental HealthHHS4.784.8
RogerRosenthal50What Health Centers Need to Know about Immigration Law and PolicyPolicy/Environment55
ChristianRoth34HHS Priority on Childhood ObesityHHS4.814.9
SteveRousso52Why, When, and How To Bill Medicare 519 RatesFiscal4.884.83
CarlRush12Community Health Workers: Current Developments in National and State PolicyCommunity Health4.864.36
RodneySamaan57Quality Innovative Projects in the Primary Care Setting: Telemedicine BP Monitoring, Diabetes Group Visits and FIT MailersQuality Transformation4.654.38
EsteeSegal51Integrated Community Based Care to Support Older Adults/Dual EligiblesIntegrated Services4.54.33
JebShepard44HHS Priority on OpioidsHHS55
MatthewStopa56New Leasing Standard - Overview and Effective ImplementationFiscal43.67
DianaSurber52Why, When, and How To Bill Medicare 519 RatesFiscal4.884.83
PeterTallman24Parallel Progress: Treating the Clinic to Treat the PatientBehavioral Health4.934.96
PeterTheobald17How to Create the Best Board Meeting You Will Ever AttendGovernance4.564.32
PeterTheobald22Board Competence - What Works and What Doesn'tGovernance4.644.46
AmberTraxinger4Introducing Peer Review in Primary CareClinical4.884.73
SarahVander Beek59Oral Health Integration between Medicine and Dentistry: A Population Approach to the Oral-Systemic Connection.Integrated Services55
SueVeer55The 340B Drug Pricing Program: Strategic Framework for 2017 and BeyondIntegrated Services4.924.82
AaronWilliams39HHS Priority on Mental HealthHHS4.895
MikeWitte29Clinical Leaders - Peer Learning SessionClinical4.884.88
SarahWoolsey53Hypertension Management Is a Team Sport, Evidence-Based Care Meets Quality Improvement at CHC Inc.Quality Transformation4.964.88
AlaynaYounger11Hepatitis C Birth Cohort Screening: Practices & Perceptions Among Primary Care Providers at an FQHCClinical4.74.3
Source: Session Evaluation Results. Questions are ranked by session attendees on a scale of 1-5, with 1 representing "Strongly Disagree" and 5 representing "Strongly Agree".