Largest West Coast Gathering of Healthcare Leaders Convene to Address Strategies for Leading and Adapting to the Monumental Changes under Federal Health Reform

Conference is the Nation’s Largest Singular Event Focused on the Coordinated Patient Care Model of Healthcare Delivery - the Hallmark of the Affordable Care Act

Largest West Coast Gathering of Healthcare Leaders Convene to Address Strategies for Leading and Adapting to the Monumental Changes under Federal Health Reform

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California Association of Physician Groups:

More than 2,000 physicians, providers, payers and health policy experts are expected at the hosted by the California Association of Physician Groups (CAPG), an organization that has rapidly expanded to represent members from 22 states because of the coordinated, capitated model it embraces. The Affordable Care Act has provided the fuel for California’s more modernized innovative approach to healthcare -- and causing other states to take notice.

The Affordable Care Act has the potential to transform healthcare in profound and lasting ways. The CAPG conference will feature and showcasing insights and behind-the-scenes intelligence to inform the decisions affecting patient care for years to come.

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Physicians from nearly every California community serving urban, rural and multicultural populations will be on hand for interviews and briefings throughout the conference. To arrange in-person or phone interviews, contact Kris Deutschman, 916-444-8801 (offc.), 916-425-7174 (cell) or via email .

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