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22nd Annual PPRNet Meeting

August 24-27, 2017

Sterling Hall at Hyatt Place

Charleston, SC | Historic District

 

Translating PPRNet Quality Innovations into Practice – Solutions for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Beyond

       

What is the Translation to Practice component of the Meeting?

Translation to Practice® (t2p™) allows learners the opportunity to translate learned concepts from a CME activity into their practice, and report back to the CME provider organization on the results of their implementation.  At the 22nd Annual PPRNet Meeting, there are 2 sessions that qualify for (t2p™) credit:

PPRNet Best Practice Panel Discussion- Saturday, August 26th @9:30am

PPRNet Med Safety Best Practice Panel- Saturday, August 26th @ 2:30pm

Following these sessions, participants will have the opportunity to earn an additional two prescribed credits for participation in each Translation to Practice® session upon full completion of the process.

3 steps associated with participation are…

1. Commitment to Change Survey

PPRNet Best Practice Panel Discussion

PPRNet Med Safety Best Practice Panel

2. Implement change

3. Post Activity Evaluation Survey 

 

Thursday, August 24th

Reducing Overuse through Safe and Effective Health Information Technology

HIT Overuse Project(Intervention Group Practices ONLY)

8:30am-4:30pm

                             

Friday, August 25th

Translating Chronic Kidney Disease Research into Practice

CKD TRIP Project (Intervention Group Practices ONLY)

8:30am-4:30pm

 

22nd Annual PPRNet Meeting Agenda

Thursday, August 24th

Advancing PPRNet’s Mission to Improve Quality AND Support Thriving Independent Practices

Learning From Each Other

All Attendees

William Aiken House- 2nd Floor Dining Area

12:00 pm

Registration

Forum for PPRNet Member Best Practices

1:30 pm

Chronic Care Management – Our Approach and Our “Wins”

Discussion/Q&A

Tripp Bradd, MD

Jan Bradd, RN

Concurrent Sessions

2:30 pm

Open Forum

 

Topics:

o   Training staff on PPRNet quality reports and improvement

o   Telehealth

o   Optimizing use of registries

o   EHR-specific huddles

o   Additional topics to be suggested by attendees

 

Facilitator: Jamie Loehr, MD

2:30 pm

PPRNet Reporting Help Desk - Hands On Assistance

Vanessa Congdon, MSPH

Ruth Jenkins, PhD

3:30pm

Break

4:00 pm

Open Forum and Help Desk, continued

4:30 pm

Adjourn

5:30pm

Happy Hour @ Pour Taproom (non-hosted)

 

Friday, August 25th

Advancing PPRNet’s Mission to Improve Quality AND Support Thriving Independent Practices

Learning From Each Other

All Attendees

Hyatt Place Sterling Hall- Grand Magnolia AB Room

7:30 am

Registration

8:30 am

PPRNet Bootcamp for New Members and First-Time Attendees

Vanessa Congdon, MSPH

Ruth Jenkins, PhD

9:30 am

Submitting Data to PPRNet from Different EHRs: Status Update and Best Practices

Vanessa Congdon, MSPH

9:45 am

Revising the PPRNet Data Upload Process: Demonstration and Gathering Member Input

Reshma Edupuganti, MSE

 

10:00 am

Break

10:30 am

MIPS for PPRNet Members: A Primer and What Your Practice Needs to Know

Ruth Jenkins, PhD

Andrea Wessell, PharmD

11:30 am

Discussion

12:00 pm

Lunch (on your own)

Forum for PPRNet Member Best Practices

1:30 pm

Chronic Care Management – Our Approach and Our “Wins”

Discussion/Q&A

Hal Chertok, DO

 

Facilitator: Kathy Saradarian, MD

Concurrent Sessions

2:30 pm

Open Forum

 

Training staff on PPRNet quality reports and improvement

o   Telehealth

o   Optimizing use of registries

o   EHR-specific huddles

o   Additional topics to be suggested by attendees

 

Facilitator: Kathy Saradarian, MD

2:30 pm

PPRNet Reporting Help Desk - Hands On Assistance

Vanessa Congdon, MSPH

Ruth Jenkins, PhD

3:15 pm

Break

3:30 pm

Open Forum and Help Desk, continued

4:30 pm

Adjourn

5:00 pm

Fun Run/Walk | Meet in Hotel Lobby

6:30 pm

2017 PPRNet Awards Reception | Magnolia Ballroom Foyer

 

Saturday, August 26th

Translating PPRNet Quality Innovations into Practice – Solutions for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Beyond

All Attendees

Hyatt Place Sterling Hall- Grand Magnolia AB Room

7:30 am

Registration

8:30 am

Plenary:  Option B

Steve Ornstein, MD

9:00 am

PPRNet 2017 MIPS Solution

 

Andrea Wessell, PharmD

9:30 am

Achieving High Performance on MIPS Quality Measures

 

Best Practice Panel and Discussion*

PPRNet Best Practices

Facilitated by:

Andrea Wessell, PharmD, Steve Ornstein, MD

10:00 am

Break

10:30 am

Best Practice Panel and Discussion, continued*

 

11:30 am

Wrap-up and Discussion: PPRNet 2017 MIPS Solution and What Comes Next

Andrea Wessell, PharmD, Ruth Jenkins, PhD

12:00 pm

Lunch (on your own)

PPRNet Research Findings

1:30 pm

Research Centers in Primary Care Practice Based Research and Learning

Andrea Wessell, PharmD

1:45 pm

Learning from Primary Care EHR Exemplars About Health IT Safety

Lynne Nemeth, PhD, RN

2:15 pm

Preventing Adverse Drug Events from Anticoagulants, Diabetes Agents and Opioids in Primary Care (MS-TRIP 3)

Andrea Wessell, PharmD

2:30 pm

Practice Panel Discussion:~

Safe Use of Anticoagulants, Diabetes Agents and Opioids – Reflecting on Findings, Improvement Strategies and What’s Next

MS-TRIP 3 Practices

3:15 pm

Break

PPRNet Innovations for the Future

3:30 pm

New PPRNet Research in Opioid Safety

Andrea Wessell, PharmD

3:45 pm

New PPRNet Research in Home Blood Pressure Monitoring and    Open Discussion

Cara Litvin, MD

4:15 pm

Helping Practices Improve Quality AND Thrive: Building on “Win-Win” Partnerships

Discussion

5:00 pm

Adjourn

7:00 pm

 BBQ in the Country (Part 1)

 

*Translation to Practice® (t2p™)-eligible session (additional CME credit).

~Translation to Practice® (t2p™)-eligible session (additional CME credit). 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, August 27th

Networking (Optional Activities^)

All Attendees

Times to be announced*

PPRNet Goes Golfing

Fort Sumter Tour 

Plantation Tour

Meet in Hotel Lobby

12:00 pm

BBQ in the Country (Part 2)

Hollywood, SC

 ^Activit costs not included in meeting registration fees. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past PPRNet Annual Meetings: (agendas and presentations)

2016 Annual Meeting:

Meeting agenda and presentations

 

 

2015 Annual Meeting:

Meeting agenda and presentations

2014 Annual Meeting: 

Meeting agenda and presentations

 

"Listening to the challenges of others, their determination to provide good care no matter the area of the country, or the new regulation has inspired me once again."




 

2013 Annual Meeting:

Meeting agenda and presentations

Best Practice Awards photos

High Performance Awards photos

Special Recognition Awards photos

"...sharing of information, ideas, research, and results. Inspiration to provide the best quality health care and learning to do so efficiently."

2012 Annual Meeting:

Meeting agenda

Presentations

"Connection with similar practices that have a shared goal of improving quality care.
"Realization of the power of PPRNet."

 

  


 
 
 
 
 
 

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