Non-AMGA Meetings of Interest

19th Population Health Colloquium
March 18-20, 2019
Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia, PA
AMGA leaders will be featured at the 19th Population Health Colloquium, a meeting that brings together healthcare providers, payers, pharmaceutical executives, leading technology and solutions companies, academia, and government to highlight advances in population health.

AMGA’s concurrent session – Together 2 Goal® Campaign: Population Health Lessons from AMGA Medical Groups and Integrated Delivery Networks Improving Care Delivery for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes – is scheduled for Tuesday, March 19, from 3:30-4:30pm.

Presenters include:

  • Jonathan P. Brady, Pharm.D., Assistant Director, Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacy Programs, Enterprise Pharmacy, Geisinger Health
  • Francis R. Colangelo, M.D., M.S.-HQS, FACP, Vice President of Premier Medical Associates Board of Directors, and Chief Quality Officer, Premier Medical Associates
  • John Cuddeback, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Medical Informatics Officer, AMGA
  • John W. Kennedy, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, AMGA, and President, AMGA Foundation

The Jefferson College of Population Health is the exclusive Academic Partner for the Colloquium.

Mayo Clinic 4th Annual SKIN: Practical Dermatology for the Generalist
April 25 - 27, 2019
Embassy Suites by Hilton Chicago Downtown Magnificent Mile, Chicago, IL
SKIN: Practical Dermatology for the Generalist is the 4th Mayo Clinic course taught by expert dermatologists from the three Mayo Clinic national practices in Minnesota, Florida, and Arizona with the goal of teaching practical dermatology to the non-dermatologist. The course will consist of interactive lectures covering multiple aspects of dermatology including management of moles, skin infections, cancers, rashes, lumps and bumps, and simple dermatologic procedures. The information presented will be relevant to a broad range of non-dermatologists and primary care providers. It will allow these practitioners to feel comfortable caring for patients with skin conditions. This course offers 15.5 AMA and AAFP credits, 15.5 ANCC contact hours and 5.5 hours of designated pharmacology content.