Save the Date! 9th Annual TPCC Summit
October 14-15, 2021 Virtual

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10th Annual Texas Primary Care Consortium Summit: A Decade of Powering Primary Care Transformation

September 8-9, 2022 | Austin, TX

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Primary care is the foundation of a strong and effective health care system. When we prioritize primary care, people can live longer lives with more equitable outcomes. Systems and organizations built around a core primary care function can deliver higher quality, lower cost care.

The TPCC Summit is a space for dialogue and collective learning among professionals from diverse backgrounds across the public health and health care spectrum to address the prioritization of primary care in our health care system. Attendees leave equipped with a more comprehensive understanding of today's health care challenges, best practices, lessons learned, and available resources to improve the health of Texans.

On September 8-9, 2022, join us in Austin, TX, for the 10th Annual Texas Primary Care Consortium Summit: A Decade of Powering Primary Care Transformation, as we honor the past 10 years of convening health champions and continue in our shared pursuit of improving the health of Texans through accessible, equitable, and coordinated person-centered primary care.

We are excited to return to an in-person summit this year. In the interest of health and safety, we will be following all city and county requirements at the time of summit. We will continue to remain responsive as the situation evolves. Final safety guidelines will be released closer to the date of the convening.

Venue and Lodging

Austin Marriott South

4415 South IH-35
Austin, TX 78744

A discounted group room rate of $159 per night has been secured at the Austin Marriott South for summit attendees who book by August 17, 2022, unless room block fills prior.

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Questions? Please email convenings@texashealthinstitute.org.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Working together to address systemic issues of health care inequities, high costs, and lack of access.

The 2022 TPCC Summit will be our 10th consecutive year of bringing together stakeholders from diverse sectors to address the challenges of putting primary care front and center in our health care system. Primary care is the foundation of a strong and effective health care system.

The Summit is a space for dialogue and collective learning with some of the nation and state’s best leaders, decision-makers, clinicians, researchers, advocates, community workers, and other professionals across the broader health care spectrum.

Showcase your organization’s commitment to improving health and health care for Texans by becoming a summit sponsor and gain shared insights, engagement, visibility, collaboration, and reach.

Support the Solution

Join the only multi-sectoral network focused on primary care in Texas.

Become a Sponsor

Please contact Stephanie Ondrias for more information about sponsor and partner opportunities.

Continuing Education

Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) and Continuing Medical Education (CME) will be offered. Look for more details coming soon.

Questions? Please email convenings@texashealthinstitute.org.

Call for Proposals

Thank you for your interest in presenting your work at the 10th Annual Texas Primary Care Consortium Summit: A Decade of Powering Primary Care Transformation!

The submission window is now closed. Check back soon for agenda details!

Focus Areas

Proposals should align with one or more of the following categories:  

Person-Centered Care Delivery

This focus area includes sessions that demonstrate how to organize and structure your practice to deliver efficient, effective, and comprehensive care while prioritizing the unique needs and circumstances of each patient. We welcome submissions that address care planning, team-based care, data sharing methods, and coordination and collaboration among multiple providers to enhance patient experiences, improve health outcomes, and reduce costs.

Paying for Primary Care
This focus area includes sessions that highlight how to increase investment into primary care while reducing overall costs and financial barriers. We welcome submissions that address the linkage between finance and outcomes, including proven approaches to payment reform, value-based purchasing, waivers, revenue cycle management, and cost-reduction.

Innovative Approaches
This focus area includes sessions that prioritize how to advance equitable, comprehensive, and sustainable primary care for all Texans with emerging science, pilot programs, and new methods. We welcome submissions that discuss new ideas for addressing the variety of challenges presented by our health care system, including care delivery, collaboration, data sharing, social determinants of health, access to health care, practice transformation, administration, payment, and workforce capacity.

Session Format

This is a fully in-person summit, so all presentations will be given live on-site in Austin, TX.

Breakout Presentations: Breakout sessions will take place in 1-hour time blocks, inclusive of a 45-minute presentation and 15 minutes of Q&A and discussion.

Pre-Summit Workshops: Pre-summit workshops will be 2.5-hour interactive workshops, formatted at the presenter’s discretion.

Timeline

The submission deadline is Monday, March 21, 2022. Applicants will be notified of acceptance status on a rolling basis in mid- to late- April.

Presenter Expectations

Registration: Accepted presenters (including co-presenters) will be required to register for the summit. Please consider this before choosing to submit your proposal. Presenter rates are noted below and are inclusive of a $50 discount off general attendee rates.
• $300 if registered by June 15
• $350 if registered between June 16 – August 15
• $400 if registered after August 15


On-Site Attendance: This is a 100% in-person summit, so all presentations will be given live on-site in Austin, TX. We request that applicants hold the dates of September 8-9 on their calendar and be available to present on either day. This flexibility will allow the planning committee to develop an agenda based on content rather than scheduling needs, ultimately resulting in a more valuable summit experience for everyone. Accepted applicants will be notified of their assigned day and time at the time of acceptance. Please understand that we will be unable to accommodate requests for a specific day or time on the agenda or for pre-recorded or live-streamed presentations.

Presenter Limit: Sessions are allowed a maximum of 2 presenters.

Questions? Please email convenings@texashealthinstitute.org.

COVID-19 Safety Precautions

We are excited to return to an in-person summit this year. In the interest of health and safety, we will be following all city and county requirements at the time of summit. We will continue to remain responsive as the situation evolves. Final safety guidelines will be released closer to the date of the convening.

Sponsorship Opportunities