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Symposium in Washington D.C.___ Just FYI if anyone interested

Posted over 7 years ago by Michelle Rampersad

 

Timely and Informative Symposium!
 
The Nursing Alliance for Quality Care and the American Academy  of Nurse Practitioners are pleased to invite you to a symposium about the important role advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) serve in delivering higher quality, lower cost, primary care and the provisions for nurse-led medical homes under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).    
 
ACA provisions include establishment of patient-centered medical homes, a model that facilitates partnerships among patients, primary care providers, and other members of the health care team. Learn how APRNs and RNs can assume significant leadership roles in the delivery of care through medical homes.
 
This symposium provides attendees an opportunity to understand the provisions and accreditation requirements for patient-centered medical homes, hear first hand from APRNs about innovative nurse-led homes, view quality performance data already gathered and analyzed, and acquire positioning and marketing strategies for nurse-led medical homes in the new health care environment that includes accountable care organizations.   
 
We hope you will join us on April 5, 2011 for an all day event at The George Washington University Foggy Bottom Campus (or by webcast), featuring:
 
Greg Pawlson, MD, PhD, Exec Vice President, National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
 
Pauline Lapin, MHS, Senior Advisor, Center for Medicaid and Medicare Innovations
 
Christine Leyden, MSN, RN, Senior Vice President of Client Services and Chief Accreditation Officer, URAC
 
Lon Berkeley,  MS, BA, Project Director, Community Health Center Accreditation, The Joint Commission
 
Joanne Pohl, PhD, ANP-BC, FAAN, FAANP. Professor, Division of Health Promotion and Risk Reduction, University of Michigan, NAQC Board Member
 
Nancy Rothman, MSN, EdD, RN, Independence Foundation Professor of Urban Community Nursing, Director of Community-based Practices, Temple University
 
Jan Towers, PhD, NP-C, CRNP, FAANP, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
 
Sean Lyon, MSN, APRN, CS, FNP, Life Long Care, Inc.
 
Donna Torrisi, FNP, Falls Family Counseling Network
 
Elaine Fox, Public Health Management Corporation
 
Tina Johnson, CNM,MS, Director, Professional Practice and Health Policy, Assoication of Certified Nurse Midwives
 
Joyce Dubow, Senior Advisor, AARP
 
Visit our website at www.NursingAQC.org for more information and to register for this event.
 
General fee: $150    Fee for students: $25   Webcast $95
 
For further information contact Jan Bull (Email: sonjlb@gwumc.edu; phone: 202.994.5083) or Mary Jean Schumann (sonmjs@gwumc.edu or phone: 202.994.3484).
 
Many thanks for your consideration.
 
We encourage you to forward this to other individuals and organizations that may be interested in participating. Thanks!
 
 
Nancy L. Falk, PhD, MBA, RN
Assistant Professor
Department of Nursing Education
The George Washington University
900 23rd Street, NW, Suite 6182
Washington, DC  20037
Tel: 202-994-4968