Physicians in "Primary Care": Do you want to live the dream of being the physician you intended to be? Are you fed up with phony and/or misguided initiatives that take you further and further from practicing medicine and helping your patients? Do you want to have fun using your "physicianly" brain to help patients? Does your career path suck?
Med Students: Are you worried that primary care may be too overwhelming? Do you want to be more aware of business models that impact medical practice? Are you turned off by some of what you hear about the stressed out, frustrated and overwhelmed primary care physicians who are being "used by the system"? Do you believe that medical practice can be fun? And rewarding?
Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in Primary Care: Are you having enough fun? Are you stressed, annoyed and fed up with artificial quotas and time limitations that prevent you from connecting with your patients?
You may want to check out Direct Primary Care, a business model that provides more freedom for frontline physicians, NP's and PA's in Family Medicine, General Internal Medicine, General Pediatrics and General Med/Peds.
Come to Columbus, Ohio on Saturday February 20 to find out if DPC might be for you.
DPC 101 What it is, What it does, Why it's important
DPC Nuts and Bolts: How to do DPC
DPC Education: How to Teach DPC
DPC Administration: Office Setup for DPC- Pure and Hybrid
DPC for Hospitals (yes, we can even work together)
DPC Landscape- Nation and State
DPC Pitfalls and Challenges (OK, it's not perfect)
Not included: CME credit. Free lunch. Anything about pricing of DPC or other numbers that might smell like illegal comments to the FTC. The OAFP President-Elect doubles as the "Price Police" for the conference.
Presenters are national and state leaders in the "DPC Movement", including planners/speakers of the DPC National Summits I, II and III, the President-elect and a past President of the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians, an Osteopathic Resident Physician who is a member of the Board of the OAFP, etc. (Not just superficially aware of DPC). And we have Speakers with experience in the top two DPC "Training" Companies.
More later. Including price for the conference (All day: $150 for physicians, NP's,PA's, Administrators, Legislators- $75 for residents, $25 for med students). Extra person(s) from medical office reduced to $100 each.
Sponsored by the Center for Innovation in Family and Community Health (CIFCH) in Beavercreek with help from the Family Medicine Education Consortium, Inc. (FMEC)
Registration Form Here DPC Ohio UnSummit Flyer with Registration. Checks to DPC Ohio UnSummit CIFCH 2633 Commons Blvd, Suite 120 Beavercreek, OH 45431