2022 NCCHCA Clinical Conference Draft Agenda
Wednesday, October 19
|4:00-7:00 pm||Welcome Reception: Unwind & Design (see details below). Heavy hors d’oeuvres served.|
Thursday, October 20
|7:30 am||Registration Opens|
|9:30-10:30 am||Open and Welcoming Plenary
Integrated Care in a Time of High Demand and Turnover
Neftali Serrano, PsyD, Collaborative Care Association
|11:00-12:00 pm||Topical Roundtables and Networking
During this time, join colleagues from across the state to learn about their work in specific areas, such as Integrated Behavioral Health, Medication Assisted Treatment, Telehealth, COVID-19, Monkeypox, HIV/AIDS care and treatment, Care Management, and more.
|12:00-1:30 pm||Lunch and Plenary
Supporting the Health Care Workforce
Kathy Colville, MSW, MSPH, President and CEO, North Carolina Institute of Medicine
|1:30-1:45 pm||Transition Break|
|1:45-3:00 pm||Concurrent Sessions
1. Collaborative Care Model-Liz Griffin, AHEC
2. Diabetes Clinical Updates – Meriah Ward, DNP, FNP-BC, Advance Community Health
3. Using NCCARE360 and other Technology Tools to Support Patients – Tasha Winstead, Unite Us
4. Lessons Learned from Incorporating Social Determinants of Health into Clinical Care – Maria Perez, HOP Program Manager, NC DHHS
|3:30-4:45 pm||Concurrent Sessions
1. Integrated Care Models: Best Practices from NC Health Centers – Portia Johnson, PharmD, MHA, Advance Community Health
2. HIV Clinical Updates – Meriah Ward, DNP, FNP-BC, Advance Community Health
3. Leveraging Telehealth to impact the underserved – Dr. Eric Tucker, EDD, MSW, LCSW, Director of Behavioral Health, Advance Community Health
4. Medicaid and Value-Based Care: An Update-Liz Kasper, MSPH, Special Policy Advisor – Alternative Payment Models, NC DHHS
|5:30-7:00 pm||Dinner and Networking Event at Foothills Brewing|
Friday, October 21
|7:30 am||Registration Opens|
|8:30-9:45 am||Concurrent Sessions
|10:15-11:15 am||Plenary Session
NC State Health Priorities
Secretary Kody Kinsley, NC DHHS
|11:30 am – 12:30 pm||Concurrent Sessions
|12:30-2:00 pm||Lunch, Awards, and Closing Plenary
Primary Care and Substance Use Recovery
Miriam E. Delphin-Rittmon, Ph.D.
Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (invited)
In partnership with Northwest Area Health Education Center (AHEC), a program of Wake Forest University School of Medicine and part of the NC AHEC System.
Up to 9.25 Contact Hours and 0.9 CEUs from Northwest AHEC
> Day 1 – Oct. 20, 2022 • 0.5 CEUs from Northwest AHEC • 5.25 Contact Hours from Northwest AHEC
> Day 2 – Oct. 21, 2022 • 0.4 CEUs from Northwest AHEC • 4.0 Contact Hours from Northwest AHEC
Wednesday, October 19th
Heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served while you enjoy choosing from three activities at the Benton Convention Center Piedmont:
- Stewart Knight, a full-time local artist, will be our Wine & Design teacher for the evening, and he’s ready to bring out the artist in our guests. Whether you’re a novice or expert, this is your opportunity to paint a cool picture on canvas or t-shirt while sipping a drink of your choice.
- Enjoy working on a complicated puzzle? We got it! We have a 2,000-piece puzzle ready to tickle those brain cells and make you think before placing pieces on the board. We hope attendees can complete this puzzle before our 2023 Primary Care Conference.
- Calling game night lovers! We have a collection of board games, from Monopoly to Scrabble to What Do You Meme, ensuring you and your conference colleagues will have an enjoyable time.
Thursday, October 20th
Networking event at Foothills Brewery Footnote, 634 W. 4th Street Ste. #120, Winston-Salem
Signature cocktails, wine, craft beer await our conference attendees and vendors with a special dinner menu that’s been created for those hungry taste buds.
This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $1,557,131 with 99 percent financed with nongovernmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.