Mark Your Calendars for CTC-RI Breakfast of Champions Now Offering CME Credits! Focus on the Clinician’s Perspective Under Capitation
CTC-RI is happy to announce that CME credits are now available for our quarterly Breakfast of Champions meetings. Please make note that the upcoming June 11 Breakfast of Champions discussions are relevant to both Adult and Pediatric practice leaders.
Jay Gates, MD, Director of Integrated Care Delivery, Providence Community Health Centers and Lillian Nieves, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacist present “PDSA: Potentially Avoidable ED Visits – PCHC and a panel discussion with adult and pediatric practice leaders from outside of RI discussing the “The Changing Role of the PCP (and inter-professional care team) Under Capitation”.
We’re moving these meetings back to an Eventbrite registration, so please use this link to register. Also, feel free to reach out for more information about obtaining a CME Credit Request Form.