UCSF Convenes First-Ever Primary Care Summit





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Published on Oct 23, 2012

The first-ever UCSF and Partners Primary Care Summit brought key players together to discuss how to improve patient-focused care in San Francisco as part of national health reform. The summit drew more than 160 health professionals who work at three major health delivery systems in San Francisco in which UCSF is involved: the San Francisco Department of Public Health, UCSF Medical Center and the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Kevin Grumbach, MD, chair and professor in UCSF Department of Family and Community Medicine, and Catherine Lucey, MD, vice dean for education in the UCSF School of Medicine, organized the meeting bringing leaders in primary care practice and education together from all three systems to:
· Learn from each other about goals, strategies and challenges as they transform primary care;
· Share best practices and pragmatic tools to advance a collective aspiration toward high performing, career-satisfying primary care;
· Plan how to transform and align UCSF curricula and training with the new models of primary care being deployed in clinical practices; and
· Promote ongoing collaboration in primary care between all three sites/systems.

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