The 24th National Conference's Second Day Program – April 9, 2013 10 years ago Bill Burnett 5 minutes Last Updated on April 16, 2022 by Lee Burnett, DO, FAAFPFor the previous day, see: The 24th National Conference’s First Day Program – April 8, 2013The 24th National Conference on Primary Health Care Access, to be held April 8-11, 2013 at the Grand Hyatt Kaua’i, begins on Monday April 8. The theme of the National Conference isWhat Has Changed. Conference registration includes four night’s accommodation at the Grand Hyatt Kaua’i, beginning April 7, 2013, the night before the first National Conference session.[For further information on the National Conference, see: The 24th National Conference on Primary Health Care Access at the Grand Hyatt Kaua’i April 7-11, 2013.]Each morning will begin with assigned breakfast breakout groups at 6:30 a.m. in the beautiful surroundings of Dondero’s Restaurant, with its magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean.Each breakout group will be led by a Fellow or Senior Fellow of the National Conferences, and each will have an assigned discussion topic on issues of health care access and health care reform.Both the topics for discussion and the questions and the notes on each discussion developed by each breakout group’s designated scribe will be posted on this website.The Second Day’s Plenary Sessions A Grand Hyatt Kaua’i PathwayThe second day’s plenary sessions begin with a presentation by Doctors David Sundwall of the University of Utah and Michael Fine, who is the Director of Health for the State of Rhode Island.Its subject matter, on policy proposals currently being considered for the Medicaid program is discussed at 24th National Conference, 2nd Day: “Medicaid in the Crosshairs?”: Doctors David Sundwall, Michael Fine to Discuss Current, Emerging Issues in the Structure, Financing of Medicaid.Tuesday morning’s second plenary panel will consist of Doctors Hector Flores of White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles, Doctor Perray A. Pugno of the American Academy of Family Physicians, and James Herman of the Penn State University College of Medicine and Penn State/Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania.The Reform Theme Overview PanelDoctors Flores, Pugno and Herman will present the thesis that PPACA, the Patient Protection and Accountable Care Act, contains elements that will advance other long-term objectives of health care reformers.Many such reforms have been advocated by those who have participated in the National Conferences on Primary Health Care Access. [See 24th National Conference: the Potential for Primary Healthcare Improvements as a Result of Reform Legislation.]The Reform Theme Special Presentations Tropical Foliage and Water Images; Grand Hyatt Kaua’iAt this point in the National Conference, a series of clustered thematic presentations on long-desired reforms, that will include case studies and the Naitonal Conferences’ signature Thought Provocateur Sessions.The first of these thematic clusters relates to the long-desired goal of better integrating behavioral health and clinical medicine [24th National Conference Theme Presentations: A Reform Objective – Better Integration of Clinical Medicine and Behavioral Health.]This will include a reports of an ongoing study of the observable differences between psychiatric patients with a primary care physician and those without, presented by faculty of the Wayne State and Wright State medical schools. It will also feature a Thought Provocateur session relating to the integration of behavioral science and clinical medicine in the community health center setting.The plenary session also includes the Twenty-second Charles E. Odegaard Lecture [24th National Conference: Boston University’s Doctor Thomas Hines to Give 22nd Charles E. Odegaard Lecture.] TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 2013 6:30 AM – 8:00 AMAssigned Breakfast Breakout Groups8:15 AM – 8:20 AMIntroduction to the Day’s ThemesModerator: Gary L. LeRoy, MDWright State UniversityDayton, Ohio8:20 AM – 8:55 AMMedicaid in the Crosshairs?David N. Sundwall, MDUniversity of UtahSalt Lake City, UtahMichael Fine, MDRhode Island State Department of Health Providence, Rhode Island8:55 AM – 9:05 AMAudience Questions and CommentsLead Question: Richard D. Clover, MDUniversity of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky9:05 AM- 9:40 AMWhat HAS Changed: Strategic Reforms Advanced by PPACAHector Flores, MDWhite Memorial Medical CenterLos Angeles, CaliforniaJames Herman, MDPenn State University School of MedicineHershey, PennsylvaniaPerry Pugno, MDAmerican Academy of Family PhysiciansLeawood, Kansas9:40 AM – 9:50 AM Audience Questions and CommentsLead Question: David N. Sundwall, MDUniversity of UtahSalt Lake City, Utah9:50 AM-10:05 AMPPACA-Advantaged Strategic Reforms: “Mental Health and Medicine in a Community Health Center”Eugenie Lewis, MHSA, LCSWJWCH InstituteLos Angeles, California10:05 AM – 10:10 AMAudience Questions and CommentsLead Question: Virginia Fowkes, FNP, MHSStanford UniversityPalo Alto, California 10:10 AM -10:25 AMBreak10:25 AM – 11:05 AM PPACA-Advantaged Strategic Reforms: “Integration of Behavioral Science and Medicine for Psychiatric Patients”John M. Boltri, MDWayne State UniversityDetroit, MichiganMark E. Clasen, MD, Ph.D.Cynthia Olsen, MDWright State UniversityDayton, Ohio11:05 AM -11:10 AMAudience Questions and CommentsLead Question: Ana Bejinez-Eastman, MDPresbyterian Intercommunity HospitalWhittier, California11:10 AM – 11:50 AMThe 2oth Charles E. Odegaard LectureThomas C. Hines, MDBoston UniversityBoston, Massachusetts11:50 AM – 12:00 PMAudience Questions and CommentsLead Question: John P. Geyman, MDUniversity of Washington EmeritusFriday Harbor, Washington12:00 PMAdjournment of Second Day For the program of the third conference day, see: The 24th National Conference’s Third Day Program – April 10, 2013 . people found this article helpful. What about you?