Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center Announces Federal Congresswoman Debbie Dingell to Speak at the 2016 Policy & Practice Conference

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Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center announces Federal Congresswoman Debbie Dingell as keynote speaker for the upcoming 2nd National Health and Clinical Practice Conference, at the Westin Savannah Harbor and Golf Resort in Savannah, GA – March 31 – April 2, 2016.

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Congresswoman Dingell's perspectives will provide the attendees with timely information in the new era of value and quality measurement says Dr. Kim Kuebler, Director of Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center.

Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center is pleased to announce Federal Congresswoman Debbie Dingell as a speaker for the 2016 National Health Policy Conference March 31-April 2, 2016 in Savannah, GA. Congresswoman Debbie Dingell serves as the elected representative for Michigan’s 12th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. She is an active civic and community leader who is nationally recognized as an advocate for women and children. Her influence includes successfully fighting to have women included in federally-funded health research and promoting greater awareness of women’s health related issues directly.

Dingell is a founder and past chair of the National Women’s Health Resource Center and the Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dingell has invested countless hours advocating children’s rights, including service on the board of Michigan’s Children, the only statewide independent voice working to ensure that public policies are made in the best interest of children from cradle to career.

Dingell is one of several keynote conference speakers who will address the influence and impact from health policy on clinical practice and patient-centered outcomes. Additional topics include Value vs. Volume reimbursement and the approaching population based payment system, economics of prevention and the interface between policy and practice.

“We are excited to hear from Congresswoman Dingell to be a Keynote Speaker at the National Health Policy & Clinical Practice Conference this spring. She will discuss the recent essay published in the Harvard Policy Journal on Aging in America. Her perspectives will provide the attendees with timely information in the new era of value and quality measurement,” says Dr. Kim Kuebler, Director of Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center.

About Multiple Chronic Conditions: Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center is an interdisciplinary source for clinical practice updates, guidelines, blogs, and courses used to support best practices in the care and management of America's largest patient population - those with two or more chronic conditions. The Center is recognized by the US Department of Health and Human Services as a clinical resource for interdisciplinary health care professional's providing care for patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions. The Resource Center is a key resource for educators and students for current evidence based practice recommendations and relevant information to support optimal patient-centered outcomes for those best practices for managing patients living with symptomatic chronic conditions. The Center provides easily accessible practice guidelines, current best practice updates, e-books, webinars and more content.

To register for the conference, please visit MultipleChronicConditions.org or Click Here for the Registration URL. Participants will obtain 8.5 continuing education contact hours for attending the conference. Early bird registration, before February 1, 2016, is $289 for medical professionals and $195 for the general public.

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