Multiple Chronic Conditions Blog
NATIONAL TRENDS IN POLICY AND PRACTICE: MAKING A DIFFERENCE
October 13-15, 2021
National, interdisciplinary conference for healthcare professionals, attorneys and general public to inform and update on the current trends in health policy and clinical practice.
Over 10 Continuing Education Credits available for: medicine, nursing, physician assistants, physical therapy, chiropractor, pharmacy, social work and law. Open to general public.
Overall Conference Objectives:
• Examine legislative and clinical trends in addressing the complex care needs of patients living with multiple chronic conditions (MCC).
• Review policy and practice perspectives on shared decision making, social determinants and their influence on patient outcomes.
• Discuss federal and state legislation and clinical collaboration on improving acute and chronic pain practices.
• Engage in health policy and clinical practice discussions with legislators, clinical thought leaders and experts on best practices for the largest, fastest growing and costliest patient populations.
MEET WITH FEDERAL AND STATE POLICY MAKERS, LEGISLATORS AND NATIONAL CLINICAL THOUGHT LEADERS.
REGISTER NOW! GET EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT AND RESERVE YOUR ROOM
THERE IS NO OTHER CONFERENCE LIKE IT
Sponsored by Ortho Sport and Spine Physicians
Dr Arlene Bierman MD, MS Director Center for Evidence & Practice Improvement at the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Dr. Caroline Clevenger DNP Associate Dean for Clinical and Community Partnerships at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University
Dr. Glenna Crooks, Ph.D. Former appointee of President Ronald Reagan, in a senior health post, was head of Merck&Co, Inc.’s policy group and global vice-president for Vaccine Business
Dr. Jane Pederson MD, MS Chief Medical Quality Officer, Stratis Health. Allina Senior Health and American Political Science Association Congressional Health and Aging Policy Fellow
Dr. Nicole Ruggiano DSW Associate Professor and Director of Social Work, University of Alabama. American Political Science Association Congressional Health and Aging Policy Fellow.
Sarah Slocum MA Co-Director, Altarum, Program to Improve Eldercare. Board member of the National Consumer Voice for Quality Long Term Care and the National Association of State Long Term Care Ombudsman Programs.
Dr Kim Kuebler
Dr. Kim Kuebler DNP, APRN, ANP-BC, Founder and Director Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center, CEO Advanced Disease Concepts, LLC., Award winning author of 8 textbooks on chronic conditions and palliative care. Multiple appointments to Federal and state initiatives on pain, chronic conditions and palliative care. Clinician, educator, researcher and patient advocate.