The NPA Summer Conference Series will feature an exciting new format this year. The virtual event will be offered as a combination of half-day workshops and interactive webinars geared to providing a platform for greater engagement and networking opportunities among attendees.

The theme of the 2021 NPA Summer Conference Series is "Health Care Disparities and Social Determinants of Health." Sessions will focus on topics that are pertinent to quality improvement, medical leadership and clinical issues impacting PACE.

The live 2.5-hour workshops and 90-minute webinars will be presented over a period of several months, beginning with the first sessions next month. The Quality Webinar Series will kick off on Aug. 10, and the Clinical Workshop Series will begin on Aug. 26.

The Medical Director Essentials (MDE) Course will open on Sept. 7. This encore presentation of the 2020 MDE Course will provide access to the complete library of prerecorded sessions, as well as live Q&A sessions with course faculty. The self-study course features PACE medical directors presenting on issues in PACE and utilizes the resources of the PACE Medical Director's Handbook. Panel discussions follow a series of themes. Attendees hear from experienced PACE medical leadership and learn strategies to address the challenging problems they face daily.

The NPA Summer Conference Series will bring together cross-sectional PACE leaders and provide an opportunity to discuss actionable, tactical and scalable solutions to health care disparities and social determinants of health challenges in order to achieve better outcomes for those served by PACE.

The event offers continuing education credits for physicians, nurses and medical directors.

Registration information will be available soon. For more information, contact Venise Lewis, senior vice president of PACE Education and Learning.

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