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Now Virtual | Fall 2020

​Our top priority is the safety and well-being of our staff and the global health and health care community we serve, and due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have decided to cancel the face-to-face Summit program and offer it virtually later this year. We know many lives are being impacted and disrupted by COVID-19, and we are so grateful for our health care professionals.

If you'd like to be notified of new dates and information for the virtual program later this year, please fill out this short form.

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The Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI's) Summit on Primary Care is the event for health care professionals in a variety of settings committed to transforming primary care.

Combining practical instruction with rejuvenating inspiration, attendees will feel equipped and eager to make changes that will improve the lives of their patients and staff.

Achieve better outcomes for the people and populations you serve using proven quality improvement methods.

Pracital sessions​ will help you:

  • Ensure equitable care for all
  • Increase efficiencies in team-based care
  • Partner with patients to address complex needs
  • Reduce clinician burnout by building joy in work
  • Manage care across the continuum
  • I​mplement new financial models to provide high value
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“IHI is the beacon for innovation and transformation. Without IHI, health care professionals are disconnected from the information and data needed for providers to be successful with their patients and their communities. IHI is a needed partner in my academic medical and public health growth.”

– 
Kenneth Ca​mpbell, MD, Operations Analyst, Cook County Health and Hospitals System

 
"This was my first time attending the conference. I enjoyed the universal shared ideas, optimism, and passion among all the different attendees. I loved the diversity: ages, educational backgrounds, health care systems, countries represented,​ and various experience levels.​​” 

 James Shander, MD, Pediatrician, Children’s Hospital Wisconsin​​