“Improving Population Health Through Health Equity and Patient Advocacy”
We are delighted to announce our faculty line-up includes 2018 ACMQ Founder’s Award winner, Benjamin K. Chu, MD, MPH, MACP, current Chair of the Commonwealth Fund, and former banker and now CMO of Office of Quality and Patient Safety at the New York State Department of Health, Marcus Friedrich, MD, MBA.
2018 Pre-Conference: April 12
MQ 2018: April 13-14
The Mayflower Hotel
Last year's meeting was approved for 22.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
ACMQ President Mark Lyles, MD, MBA, FACMQ, and MQ 2018 Scientific Program Chair Cindy Lee, MD, invite you to save the date for the 2018 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, April 12-14, 2018.
We’ve introduced a new two-day schedule format for the main conference, which translates for your benefit into less time away from your busy schedules while earning the same number of CME hours as previous ACMQ conferences. Furthermore, we responded to your feedback requesting more networking time with your peers during the meeting.
Anticipate 2018 to deliver an intensive, invaluable, high-caliber educational and networking experience designed for physicians, nurse practitioners, health care administrators and managers, students, patients, and patient advocates/friends/family.
Our host hotel, the prestigious Mayflower Hotel on Connecticut Avenue, is ready to accept your reservation online here. The room rate is $269 + taxes, per night.
What past attendees have to say:
“ACMQ Medical Quality changed my professional trajectory: from feeling like a physician deep in the trenches of the frontlines of healthcare reform and healthcare delivery to feeling empowered as a change agent and a physician champion for quality improvement and patient safety. I see the light and now I'm much more optimistic about the future of healthcare. I've also made amazing friends and mentors as a result of my ACMQ membership and attending Medical Quality for the last 4 years.”
- Jerry P. Abraham, MD, MPH, CMQ
University of Southern California
“Patient safety has been what I have put in the top of my career pursuit. Meeting people with like minds and commitment was a lifechanging experience.”
- Michael Oriakhi, MBBS
Harlem Hospital Center
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