"Time Will Tell": April 13, 2015, Day One of the 26th National Conference on Primary Health Care Access 8 years ago Bill Burnett 3 minutes Last Updated on April 16, 2022 by Lee Burnett, DO, FAAFPHYATT REGENCY ORANGE COUNTYHARBOR BOULEVARD AND CHAPMAN AVENUEGARDEN GROVE, CALIFORNIAThe schedule for April 13, 2015 (first day of the 26th National Conference on Primary Health Care Access) is as follows:6:30 a.m. Breakout Groups (with Breakfast) Salon 7 North Tower/ Second Floor (conference registrants only) Intro William A. Norcross, MDUniversity of California, San Diego8:15 AM First Plenary Session (Pacific Room)Welcome and Review of the Previous 25th National Conference William A. Norcross, University of California, San Diego8:25 AM Opening Statement of First Plenary Session by Session Moderator N. Benjamin Fredrick, MD, Penn State Hershey College of Medicine, Hershey, PA FIRST PLENARY PANEL8:30 AM – 9:00 AM “Issues in the Training of Primary Care Physicians” Stanley Kozakowski, MD; American Academy of Family Physicians, Leawood, Kansas Tim Henderson, MPH, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia Stanley Kozakowski, MD, American Academy of Family Physicians, Leawood, Kansas Thomas Hansen, MD, Advocate Health Systems, Chicago, Illinois[For more information, see “Time Will Tell: Physician Training”: 26th National Conference Leadoff Panels Discuss Graduate Medical Education Funding Policy, Accreditation Changes, and “Future of Family Medicine” ] 9:00 AM – 9:10 AM Audience Questions and Comments Lead Question: Allan J. Wilke, MD, Western Michigan University School of Medicine, Kalamazoo Samuel C. Matheny, MD, MPH, University of Kentucky, LexingtonFIRST THOUGHT PROVOCATEUR SESSION 9:10 AM-9:30 AM “Training Primary Care Physicians in the Community: A SWOT Analysis” Samuel C. Matheny, MD, MPH, University of Kentucky, Lexington[For more information, see: “Time Will Tell” – Dr Samuel Matheny to Discuss Issues in Community-based Physician Training]9:30 AM- 9:40 AMAudience Questions and Comment Lead Question: Robert Ross, MD, MScEd, St Charles Health Systems, Bend, Oregon9:40 AM – 9:55 AMBreakSPECIAL EVENT9:55 AM – 10:55 AM John Boltri, MD; ChairDepartment of Family and Community MedicineNortheast Ohio College of MedicineRootstown, OhioThe Great Debate “Coast” vs “Heartland”: “he Patient Protection and Affordable Act is a Huge Success”[For more information, see “Coast” vs “Heartland” Debate: Resolved, the Affordable Care Act is a Huge Success.] Moderator: John M. Boltri, MD, Northeast Ohio University School of Medicine, Rootstown, OH Arguing the Affirmative: Michael D. Prislin, MD, University of California, Irvine Arguing the Negative: Charles Q. North, MD, MS, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque 10:55 AM – 11:05 AMAudience Questions and Comments Lead Question: Joseph Scherger, MD, MPH, Eisenhower Medical Center, La Quinta, CA THE PLENARY SESSION’S NAMED LECTURE11:05 AM – 11:35 AM Dr Marc Babitz, Region VIII, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, DenverThe 25th G. Gayle Stephens Lecture Marc Babitz, MD, Utah Department of Health, Salt Lake City[For more information, see: What Time Has Told”: Dr Marc Babitz Provides Half-Century Overview of Community-Based Physician Education]11:35 AM – 11:45 PMAudience Questions and Comments Lead Question, Marianne McKennett, MD, Scripps Mercy Hospital, Chula Vista, CA 11:45 AM Conference as a Whole: Reactions and Discussions of Morning’s Presentations (led by first plenary session moderator)12:00 Recognition of New Senior Fellows of the National Conferences on Primary Health Care Access (John Boltri, MD; Tim Henderson, MPH; Samuel C. Matheny, MD, MPH and Marianne McKennett, MD and of new Fellow, Daniel Webster, MD. Presenter: Gary L. LeRoy, MD, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio12:05: Adjournment of First Day For the next day’s program, see: “Time Will Tell”: April 14, 2015, Day Two of the 26th National Conference on Primary Heatlh Care Access people found this article helpful. What about you?