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KPCA Opens Registration for Annual Conference
Virtual Conference is December 2-4


Frankfort, Ky. (November 4, 2020) What are you waiting for? It’s time to register for the Kentucky Primary Care Association (KPCA) Annual Conference! The registration link is now active: https://www.kpca.net/annual-conference/. This year’s virtual conference will be held Wednesday, December 2nd through Friday, December 4th. It features a wide range of topics including clinical, administration, holistic care, and emergency preparedness.

“A large number of sessions qualify for continuing education credits,” said Ashley Stanley, The KPCA Learning Coordinator. “We believe participants will find the sessions very beneficial and timely. Many workshops dealing with the new reality created by the global pandemic are on the agenda. Those sessions range from recruiting and retention, to bridging the social distancing gap to maintain integrated services, to front desk operations.”
 
Scheduled agenda items include presentations on grants management, telemedicine, and patient engagement, among others. The KPCA has partnered with various agencies and organizations for the virtual conference including the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Hazelton Betty Ford Foundation, and the National Center for Primary Care, Morehouse School of Medicine.  
 
“We worked extremely hard to identify speakers and presenters who thrive in a virtual environment,” added Drilon Gojani, Director of KPCA Member Services. “Our goal is to engage participants and challenge them with innovative ways about reimaging their work.”
 
The Annual Conference will include a vendor hall. Using VirtualEventPlace platform, the virtual hall will give conference attendees the ability the opportunity to meet with vendors and learn about their new products, procedures, and resources. Sponsors are broken into three categories. Gold sponsors include LabCorp, PursueCare, UnitedHealthcare, and Quest Diagnostics:  Silver sponsors are Morehouse School of Medicine, and National Center for Primary Care: Bronze sponsors are made up of Kentucky Health Information Exchange, BKD, Kentucky Office of Rural Health, and Passport Health Plan.

“I want to thank this year’s sponsors. Without them, it would be difficult for KPCA to host a high quality, impactful conference,” concluded David Bolt, CEO of the Kentucky Primary Care Association. “The pandemic forced us to move from our traditional conference model to the virtual platform and I think we have come up with a really good mix of presenters and break-out sessions that conference attendees will find very informative and rewarding.”

With the conference moving to a virtual platform this year due to the pandemic, the conference is free to KPCA members. Non-members will be charged a reduced fee of only $200 for the entire conference.

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