Plenary Faculty, Topics for the 25th National Conference on Primary Health Care Access in San Francisco – April 14-16, 2014 9 years ago Bill Burnett 5 minutes Last Updated on April 16, 2022 by Lee Burnett, DO, FAAFPThe 25th National Conference on Primary Health Care Access will take place April 14-16, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco.The invitational conference will devote attention to the impact of health care reform legislation on particular aspects of the health care system, including the provision of primary health care, of hospital systems and of community health centers and similar institutions that promote health care access.The conference will also discuss physician training programs, including medical schools and residency programs, and the processes for their accreditation. The San Francisco SkylinePlenary Faculty (confirmed as of 4-9-2014);Suzanne M. Allen, MD, MPH University of Washington Regional Affairs, Boise, IdahoMarc E. Babitz, MD, Utah Department of Health, Salt Lake City, UtahAna Bejinez-Eastman, MD, Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, Whittier, CaliforniaWilliam H. Burnett, MA, Coastal Research Group, Grante Bay, CaliforniaMark E. Clasen, MD, Ph.D., Wright State University, Dayton, OhioDenise Crawford, Family Health Center, Kalamazoo, MichiganJames Cruz, MD, Molina Healthcare, Long Beach, CaliforniaCheryl Dickson, MD, Western Michigan School of Medicine, Kalamazoo, MichiganRick Flinders, MD, Santa Rosa Family Medicine, Santa Rosa, CaliforniaVirginia Fowkes, FNP, MHS, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CaliforniaBenjamin Fredrick, MD, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PennsylvaniaDonald Frey, MD, Creighton University, Omaha, NebraskaJohn Geyman, MD, University of Washington Emeritus, Friday Harbor, WashingtonMark D. Goodman, MD, Creighton University, Omaha, NebraskaThomas Hansen, MD, Advocate Healthcare, Downers Grove, IllinoisJimmy H. Hara, MD, Charles R Drew University, Los Angeles, CaliforniaKevin Haughton, MD, Providence Medical Group, Olympia, WashingtonTim Henderson, MPH, George Mason Umiversity, Fairfax, VirginiaCharles Henley, DO, Marian University, Indianapolis, IndianaJames Herman, MD, MSPH, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PennsylvaniaNorman Kahn, MD, Council of Medical Specialty Societies, Chicago, IllinoisGary L. LeRoy, MD, Wright State University, Dayton, OhioSamuel C. Matheny, MD, MPH, University of Kentucky, LexingtonDon McCanne, MD, Physicians for a National Health Program, San Juan Capistrano, CaliforniaMarianne McKennett, MD, Scripps Chula Vista (California)William A. Norcross, MD, University of California, San DiegoCharles Q. North, MD, MS, University of New MexicoCynthia G. Olsen, MD, Wright State University, Dayton, OhioMichael D. Prislin, MD, University of California, IrvinePerry A. Pugno, MD, MPH, American Academy of Family Physicians, Leawood, KansasRobert Ross, MD, St Charles Medical Group, Bend, OregonElisabeth Schlegel, Ph.D., Ross University, Miami, FloridaCaryn Slack, MD, Utah Department of Health, Salt Lake CityDavid N. Sundwall, MD, University of Utah, Salt Lake CityDaniel Webster, MD, Michigan State University Community Campus, Traverse City, MichiganAllan Wilke, MD, Western Michigan School of Medicine, Kalamazoo, Michigan Among the plenary presentations previously announced are the following: Denise Crawford, CEO; Kalamazoo Family Health CenterThe Unexpected Consequences of the Patient Protection and Accountable Care ActSee “What to Expect”: National Conference Fellow, Dr Don McCanne, to Present on Health Care Financing IssuesTransforming the Role of Medicaid:See: “What to Expect”: National Conference Fellows to Present on Medicaid Issues (Part 1, Sundwall)“What to Expect”: National Conference Fellows to Present on Medicaid Issues (Part 2, Henderson) “What to Expect”: James Cruz, MD to Discuss Role of Medicaid Managed Care in Health Care ReformBuilding Systems of CareSee: UC Irvine Professor Michael Prislin to Call for Expanded Scope of Practice for Nurse Practitioners at 25th National Conference Issues in the Training of Primary Care PhysiciansSee: “What to Expect”” The Impact of Changes in Health Care Law and Accreditation on Planning for Physician Education“What to Expect” Doctor Charles E. Henley to Discuss the Expansion of Osteopathic Medical Education“What to Expect”: Dr Daniel Webster Reports on Michigan State’s “Footprint” in Northern MichiganSocial Accountability in the Medical SchoolSee: Doctors Fredrick, Goodman and Schlegel on Panel Promoting Social Accountability in Medical School Curricula at 25th National ConferenceHealth Care Reform and the Patient-Centered Medical HomeSee: “What to Expect”: National Conference Senior Fellows Olsen and North to Speak on Health Care Reform and the Patient-Centered Medical HomeThe Community Health Center in a Time of Health Care System TransitionsSee: What to Expect”: Physician Training for a Community Health Center: The Case of Kalamazoo The Impact of Reform Legislation on Rural and Underserved AreasSee: “What to Expect”: Marianne McKennett and Virginia Fowkes Discuss Training of Physicians for Underserved AreasObservation of the 40th anniversary of California’s Health Manpower Policy Commission and Song-Brown Family Physician Training Act Policy on Credits for Registration in event of cancellation of registration:The Coastal Research Group requires that all registration fees be received in advance, including for extra room nights, and does not permit refunds. However, a full credit for all payments made are available for use at future National Conferences and National Workshops (provided that a cancellation of a registration is received in time to prevent the imposition of charges on the Coastal Research Group, which would be deducted from any credit). All persons holding credits are invited automatically to future National Conferences and Workshops. people found this article helpful. What about you?