Conference Agenda

Tuesday, May 21

Optional Pre-Conference Workshops

10:00 AM - 3:30 PM

DRVS Hands-On Workshop: Making Your Data Work for You

Full-Day Workshop
Room: Harborview #2

Azara Healthcare Instructor:
Emily Holzman, Client Success Specialist

Description:
A 4.5-hour hands-on workshop designed to take your understanding and usage of DRVS to the next level. Equally appropriate for Health Center, Primary Care Association, Consortium, or Health Center Controlled Network staff, the first part of the day will set the stage for proactive data hygiene. Ensure the highest credibility of your data while working alongside your teammates and peers; we will incorporate your most strategic measures into a manageable plan for regular validation. Once this foundation has been established, the course dives into DRVS tools; providing detailed instruction and hands-on support to build out registries, scorecards, cohorts, targets, and dashboards. Azara staff will provide coaching and assistance to the small group teams as they as they build out their tools in DRVS. Come prepared to problem-solve, build your data hygiene plan, network with your peers and use the DRVS tools to create visualizations of your data to meet the unique needs of your center.

10:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Payer Data-Driven Value-Based Care

Half-Day Workshop - Morning
Room: Harborview #3

Azara Healthcare Instructors:
Greg Augustine
Chief Operations Officer

Heather Budd
VP of Clinical Transformation

Kevin Fairley, MSN, NP
Senior Data Solutions Specialist

LuAnn Kimker, RN, MSN
Director of Clinical Innovation

Phil Parker
Director of Client Analytics

Lisa Perry
Principal, Morningside Health Strategies

Value-Based care is no longer a question in the ever-shifting reimbursement landscape of community health. Are you prepared to manage your value-based contracts in a way that maximizes your success? This 2.5-hour workshop will explore various value-based care models and their practical application to individual health centers’ operations. Successful health center leaders will need to prioritize contracts; and when held accountable for patient outcomes, track their patient populations beyond their care domain. We will discuss the challenges and opportunities of integrating and leveraging clinical data with external data sources such as HIE, ADT and payer enrollment and claims. Hear lessons-learned from conversations with external data providers and learn how to track contract performance to anticipate how much of the available incentive money will be garnered by the end of the period. Attendees will leave the session with insights for prioritizing and translating their existing contracts into actionable management and data visualization strategies.

1:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Sustainable Care Management in the Community Health Setting

Half-Day Workshop - Afternoon
Room: Harborview #3

Azara Healthcare Instructors:
Greg Augustine
Chief Operations Officer

Heather Budd
VP of Clinical Transformation

LuAnn Kimker, RN, MSN
Director of Clinical Innovation

Michael Rapawy
Director of Product Management

Care management in the community health setting can take many different forms. Knowing the goals of the health center and the characteristics of the population it serves will help define the most optimal program. In this 2.5-hr workshop we will examine models of care management and coordination, discuss the needs and challenges of program design and the identification of at risk and rising risk populations. We will also highlight tools to support staff prioritization and outreach management. This workshop explores how to use care management to succeed in value-based contracts while also providing the additional care needed for your most vulnerable patients. Come prepared to share your approach, successes, questions, and lessons-learned with your peers and move care management in your organization to the next level.

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Workshop Attendee Reception

Wednesday, May 22

Conference Day 1

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Breakfast

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

General Session - Opening Remarks with Azara CEO, Jeff Brandes

Room: Amphitheater

Speaker:

Jeff Brandes
President & CEO
Azara Healthcare

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Keynote Speaker - Dave deBronkart - ePatient Dave

Room: Amphitheater

Speaker:

Dave deBronkart
ePatient Dave

10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

General Session - Product Update with Azara COO, Greg Augustine

Room: Amphitheater

Speaker:

Greg Augustine
Chief Operations Officer
Azara Healthcare

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Lunch

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Breakout Sessions

DRVS 101

Room: Backbay Complex

Speaker:

Rahul Srinivasan
Business Lead
Azara Healthcare

Explore the core functionality of the Azara DRVS product – DRVS 101. This presentation will walk the user through the Measure Analyzer, UDS reports, Dashboards, PVP and more. This presentation is designed to educate the new or returning user on the basic use of DRVS. Attendees will walk away with an awareness of the functionality and a beginning vision on how DRVS could be utilized at their center.

FluFIT: Utilizing Azara Registry Data to Increase Rates of Flu Vaccination and Colorectal Cancer Screening

Room: Harborview #3

Speakers:

Ryan Buchholz, MD, FAAP
Pediatrics and Internal Medicine
Unity Health Care

Rachel Gougian, DO, MS
Primary Care
Unity Health Care

Andrew Robie, MD
Chief Medical Information Officer
Unity Health Care

FluFIT is a research-tested program that allows health care teams to increase colorectal cancer screening by offering fecal immunochemical tests (FIT) alongside annual flu shot campaigns. A version of FluFIT was initiated in Fall 2018 at two clinics (Parkside and Upper Cardozo) at Unity Health Care in Washington, DC, which is home to a Family Medicine residency and is a Teaching Health Center within a Federally Qualified Health Center. The initiative served a population that is largely low-income, and has historically surveyed to have lower utilization of preventive medicine services than in more affluent surrounding communities. Azara DRVS Primary Care Registry was utilized as the chief data source to identify 50-75 year old patients due for colon cancer screening and flu vaccination. Once identified, patients were invited to clinic using a combination of e-messages, text messages, and individualized provider message attempts. The main outcome of this initiative was a net increase in the colon cancer screening and flu vaccination numbers in the Unity Health Care patient population. The project also uncovered under-documentation of prior cancer screening, and Azara DRVS proved to be a reliable and valuable asset in monitoring data quality. An evaluation was completed to determine a cohort of Family Medicine residents’ comfort with the use registries. Surveys were conducted to determine the usefulness of visit planning tools and registry lists. Qualitative results support the idea that physicians who gain comfort using registries are more likely to follow their patient’s data and more likely to attempt interventions to improve their patient’s use of preventive health care.

Implementation of Substance Use Disorder Metrics into Four FQHC QI Programs

Room: Harborview 2

Speakers:

Barbara Proffitt, RN, BHA
Director Quality Improvement
Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers

Lynette Masciolli, MPH
Senior Manager Health Informatics
Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers

Jim Hiatt
Director Substance Use Initiatives
Massachsuetts League of Community Health Centers

LuAnn Kimker, RN MSN
Director of Clinical Innovation
Azara Healthcare

Community Health Center Office Based Addiction Treatment (OBAT) programs that utilize medications to treat addiction, some well-established and some new, have been working hard to engage patients with Substance Use Disorder (SUD) to combat the opioid crisis. While these programs have been successful, applying a structured approach with identified metrics can bring out increased efficiencies and make it easier to measure specific areas to gauge success. In the first cohort of the Shared Strengths Community (SSC), the goal was to share quality improvement (QI) strategies and health information technology (HIT) activities to initiate SUD metrics into the health center’s QI program. The SSC brought together four health centers to establish SUD measures for QI reporting using the DRVS Controlled Substances module. Virtual meetings were held every six weeks over a nine-month period. Health Center Controlled Network staff at the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers led the collaborative and provided technical assistance in quality improvement, data analytics, and DRVS support. The SSC provided opportunities for clinical and HIT staff to share work flows for the initiation of treatment and management of SUD patients and to discuss challenges and resolutions for data management to establish QI reporting. The health centers were also able to identify additional metrics that would be important to the monitoring and improvement of care provided to this patient population. By the end of the collaborative, the health centers can utilize the established metrics and registries in DRVS to monitor and improve health outcomes among patients with SUD.

Success With PCMH Using DRVS

Room: Cambridge Complex

Speaker:

Emily Holzman
Client Success Specialist
Azara Healthcare

Learn how your center can align care delivery with the NCQA PCMH standards and reduce the documentation burden during recognition by leveraging Azara’s status as an NCQA PCMH prevalidated vendor. In this session we will discuss applying the new 2017 PCMH standards to your practice (including changes from the 2014 standards), utilizing the autocredits available from DRVS during submission, and preparing to demonstrate for PCMH recognition using DRVS functionality. Attendees will use Azara materials to identify where in DRVS they can find the reports, dashboards, scorecards, etc to support their PCMH journey, as well as learn how to create custom content for submission. Ideal for centers or locations preparing for first-time recognition, those upgrading to the new standards, or anyone looking to strengthen documentation of PCMH activities, this session will help users streamline the demonstration process and lay the foundation for successful reporting and care delivery as a Patient Centered Medical Home.

Quality Performance is the New Currency

Room: Beacon Hill Complex

Speakers:

Luis Velasco
Chief Informaton Officer
MHC Healthcare

Michele Burkhart, RN,
Quality Manager
MHC Healthcare

In 2017, MHC Healthcare started major initiatives to improve provider satisfaction and increase quality of care. The goals were to streamline clinical content in order to decrease the amount of time providers spent on documentation and increase quality by using actionable data effectively. By automating workflows, simplifying processes and increasing visibility of data we reduced human error and minimized gaps between payer quality measures and clinical outcomes. Join us and learn about the implementation methodology and tools used to accomplish these goals in our environment.

PCA/Network Strategy - Keys to Successful Implementation and QI

Room: Harborview #1

Speakers:

Cheryl Gildner, MA
Data Manger
Michigan Primary Care Association

Davida Carr, MPH
Primary Care Informatics Manager
Collaborative Ventures Network

Sean Clendaniel, MPH
Quality and Clinical Manager
Collaborative Ventures Network

Join us to understand how two different PCA/Networks have approached a unified data strategy for their organizations. DRVS has the ability to put data at the fingertips of those who can most benefit from it. However, many health centers do not have the clinical staff available to develop reports and dashboards and often IT staff lack the clinical knowledge to organize data in a way that tells a story for the end users. This is one key area where the PCA/HCCN can help by developing reports and dashboards that not only help your health centers derive valuable clinical information, but also tell stories for funding opportunities, advocacy and meeting your own grant objectives. We will also talk about how to bring your centers together around a shared vision as well as joining together for shared quality improvement that supports grant goals byt also those of clinically integrated networks and independent practice associations.

2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

Breakout Sessions

DRVS Tips and Tricks

Room: Backbay Complex

Speakers:

Lori Lynes
Sr. Implementation Engineer
Azara Healthcare

Jenn Piggott
Implementation Engineer
Azara Healthcare

Listen to members of the Azara implementation team share their favorite tips and tricks for getting things done with the tools in DRVS. These will span all areas of DRVS and some newer functionality such as dashboards, multi-trendline graphs for performance tracking, setting up provider and PDSA control groups, and the power of filters will get special attention.

Anatomy of a Measure: Understanding and Trouble-shooting Measures

Room: Cambridge Complex

Speakers:

Eric Gunther
Product Architect
Azara Healthcare

Evan Weixel
Sr. Implementation Engineer
Azara Healthcare

Ben Hahn
Sr. Implementation Engineer
Azara Healthcare

Anatomy of a Measure explores the nuts and bolts of clinical quality measures (CQMs). We’ll cover detailed components of CQMs like measure logic, value sets, filtering and grouping. Then we’ll cover how to investigate and troubleshoot measures using features in DRVS such as patient details lists and the Measure Investigation Tool (MIT). For beginners come join us to lift up the hood on how DRVS calculates measure results, and for experienced users come test our presenters with your questions about CQMs and the inner workings of DRVS!

Value-Based Care: Using Enrollment to Drive Engagement and Close Care Gaps

Room: Harborview #2

Speakers:

LuAnn Kimker, RN MSN
Director of Clinical Innovation
Azara Healthcare

Phil Parker
Director of Client Analytics
Azara Healthcare

Gone are the days of just managing the patients that walk through your front doors. Increasingly, at risk payer contracts, accountable care organizations and integrated clinicial networks are changing how we think about ‘our patients’. Being responsible for a designated set of patients (or mutliple sets) means you need to understand who those patients are, their clinical needs and have the tools and resources neccessary to manage that population to achieve desired goals. Managing multiple payer programs to identify and engage patients can be time consuming and fragmented. During this session we’ll explore how practices can use enrollment and EHR data to conduct outreach efforts and close care gaps to improve performance.

Patient Visit Planning Implementation Lessons-Learned

Room: Harborview #3

Speakers:

Natalie Dykman
Quality Director
ACCESS Family Care

Becky Hogan
Health Home Director
ACCESS Family Care

Heather Budd
VP of Clinical Transformation
Azara Healthcare

Access Family Care successfully implemented the Azara Patient Visit Planning report. Hear about the basics of the report functionality, and how this team set themselves up Utilizing data driven practices, via integration of our EMR and DRVS, ACCESS Family Care, with assistance from Azara and the MPCA, was able to pilot and redesign the Huddle process. Utilizing Patient Visit Planning and Care Management Passport enhancements, health outcomes were improved at multiple sites with a strengthened sense of team-based care. After piloting the Point of Care Alert Closure Report, data was further validated with a stronger focus on accountability. This project allowed us to determine not just that Huddles were being done, but how well they were being done. Use of newly created dashboards, including piloting the Opioid Dashboard for the MPCA and DRVS dashboards for provider data transparency, ACCESS has been successful in improving outcomes and managing pts of different chronic diseases, including substance use disorders.

Patient Management: Cohorts, Empanelment and Access

Room: Beacon Hill Complex

Speaker: 

Emily Holzman
Client Success Specialist
Azara Healthcare

Learn how to leverage the empanelment reports and cohort functionality in DRVS to help ensure continuity of care and support population health management. We will explore how to use the panel management measures in DRVS to help define standards for access and create a plan for monitoring provider panel sizes and correct PCP assignment. We will also learn how to create cohorts to define and track specific patient populations over time, helping to monitor outcomes for your highest risk populations. Both the empanelment measures and cohort functionality align with and help fulfill Patient Centered Medical Home standards, and are ideal tools for operations and population management staff.

Healthy Hearts NYC

A successful collaboration between, Community Health Care Association New York State, NYU School of Medicine, and the FQHC’s of New York

Room: Harborview #1

Speakers:

Diane Ferran, MD, MPH
Vice President
Clinical Affairs & Performance Improvement
Community Health Care Association of New York State

Donna Shelly, MD, MPH
Professor, NYU School of Medicine, Department of Population Health
Professor, Department of Medicine, NYU Langone Health

Members of the staff from CHCANYS and the NYU School of Medicine Department of Population Health will describe how they partnered together with the FQHC’s of New York City and the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene on a multi-year grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) designed to help New Yorkers live longer, healthier lives by working with small primary care practices to enable them to use the latest evidence to improve the heart health of their patients.

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Keynote Speaker - Dr. Ron Yee

Room: Amphitheater

Speaker:

Ron Yee, MD, MBA, FAAFP
Chief Medical Officer
National Association of Community Health Centers

As the chief medical officer and senior vice president of the Clinical Affairs Division of the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC). Dr. Ron Yee is a key leader, intimately aware of the unique challenges and opportunities of data-driven performance improvement in health centers. He will share his insights around the use of data, provider retention, and care delivery trends.

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Reception

Room: Lighthouse Ballroom

Thursday, May 23

Conference Day 2

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Breakfast

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

General Session - Azara Care Management Product: New Features and Early User Experiences

Room: Amphitheater

Speakers:

Greg Augustine
Chief Operations Officer
Azara Healthcare

Heather Budd
VP of Clinical Transformation
Azara Healthcare

Care management and coordination in CHCs takes a variety of forms- from care gap closure to motivational interviewing and in-depth intervention for improved management and health of a particular segment of a patient population. EHRs struggle to provide intuitive tools to document and share care plans, interventions and management tasks, and many care management specific tools are not suited for community health center needs. See the most recent updates to the Azara Care Management product along with unexepected applications of the tool.

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

General Session - DRVS and Health Information Exchange: Helping to Close the Last Mile

Room: Amphitheater

Speakers:

Jeff Brandes
President & CEO
Azara Healthcare

HIE Partner

This session will highlight ways of using DRVS to efficiently get patient Admit and Discharge information to the care team for both better care and transitions of care.  A panel with also discuss strategies for working with HIE’s and creative solutions to data exchange.

11:15 AM - 12:15 PM

Breakout Sessions 3

Operational Reports 101

Room: Backbay Complex

Speakers:

Colleen McIntyre
Director of Implementation and Support Services
Azara Healthcare

Samuel Bar
Implementation Business Team Lead
Azara Healthcare

In today’s community health center climate, keeping track of operational activities through reliable key performance and maintaining access to care for their patients is necessary for success. Center knowledge around panel management to help support care continuity, transparency into appointment access and encounter volume, and targeted outreach to vulnerable populations can all be done through the DRVS Operational Module. This session will cover the various measures, registries, and dashboards available for gathering all the components together for use in your health centers operations, as well as the use of cohorts for tracking populations.

Optimizing Referral Management with DRVS

Room: Harborview #3

Speakers:

Michael Rapawy
Director of Product Management
Azara Healthcare

Lori Lynes
Sr. Implementation Engineer
Azara Healthcare

Referrals has always been a challenging area for health centers to meet the needs of their clients. There are many different kinds of appointments and requests, and usually not enough staff to handle the volume. The referrals module in DRVS can help you gain efficiencies in your system using technology. We can’t promise to solve the problem of greater demand for services than the amount of services available in your community, but we can help you stay organized and efficient. See two models for referrals management in the community health center environment, and the DRVS referrals tools that support them. Discover management dashboards as well as patient level reports to address the variety of needs in your environment.

Risk Stratification: Tools for Complex Care Management

Room: Beacon Hill Complex

Speakers:

Abby Sharpe
Director of Clinical Applications
Analytics and Quality
Harbor Health Services

Lauren Buck, BSN, MPH
Population Health
Harbor Health Services

LuAnn Kimker, RN MSN
Director of Clinical Innovation
Azara Healthcare

Determining which patients most need complex care management can feel like a herculean task. Different factions have diverging positions about how to make these assessments – providers know the details behind each induvial, while payers focus on total medical expense and reported diagnoses, and agency leadership may have their own set of priorities for population-based focus. Where to begin? How do we guide our care teams about which patients to reach out to first? What goals can we reasonably achieve in partnership with our patients, particularly those who struggle the most? Over the last year, Harbor has evolved its staffing model and tools in search of answers to these questions. During this session, we will walk through the process and technologies we used to find ourselves among the complexities. Topics covered: Azara’s risk stratification tool – technologies and strategies to blend data sets, operational approaches to using the risk registry, staffing model and approaches to complex care management.

Keeping Your Data Healthy: Data Health and Hygiene Management

Room: Cambridge Complex

Speaker:

Emily Holzman
Client Success Specialist
Azara Healthcare

To maintain a healthy lifestyle, the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion recommends that you get 150-300 minutes of activity/exercise per week. Your healthcare data needs the same attention. This webinar will explore DRVS tools as an ‘exercise’ plan for your data, using the newest tools to help you to identify, monitor, analyze and improve the quality of your data using tools available in DRVS. Avoid the sprint and get a head start on UDS 2019 and beyond.

The Road to Nirvana: Improving Outcomes and Experience with Care Management

Room: Harborview #2

Speakers:

Rachel Mullins, MHA, PCMH CCE
Director of Practice Improvements
North Shore Health Centers

Sonya Cass, RN
Chief Nursing Officer
Fordland Clinic

Jamie Holden
Care Coordinator
Fordland Clinic

We all know where healthcare is today, and what we want it to become…Nirvana. But how do we get there with the resources currently available, and how to we obtain the resources neede to assist us on the journey? Because care management and coordination programs are often a financial burden for clinics due to minimal billing opportunities, many clinics choose not to add or expand these programs. There are many ways to link the activities of these programs to revenue if we think outside the box. Structuring these programs appropriately can lead to improved quality measures, increased provider productivity, and ultimately six figure quality bonuses from insurance companies with the move to value-based contracts. How does DRVS assist us in meeting these lofty goals?

Whole Team Care and Compensation: Using Data to Incent All Staff to Deliver the Highest Quality Care

Room: Harborview #1

Speakers:

Vena Lam
Senior Manager
Greg Facktor & Associates

Jay Boyer, MBA
Senior Director
Strategy and Development
Greg Facktor & Associates

Stay tuned for a full description soon!

12:15 PM - 1:30 PM

Lunch

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Breakout Sessions

Product Feedback Roundtable

Room: Backbay Complex

Speakers:

Heather Budd
VP of Clinical Transformation
Azara Healthcare

Mike Rapawy
Director of Product Management
Azara Healthcare

Share your feedback with Azara Healthcare staff who influence product design. We will discuss what is working, areas for improvement, and desires for functionality. Please come prepared with constructive comments and ideas to help us shape our product for the future.

Improving Contraception Access for All Patients Through Pregnancy Intention Screening

Room: Cambridge Complex

Speakers:

Sai Ramya Maddali
Senior Research Associate
Upstream USA

Emily Decker, MPH
State Impact Officer
Upstream Massachusetts

Providing contraceptive counseling and care for women starts with asking patients the question: do you intend to become pregnant in the next year? In this session we hear from Upstream, a nonprofit dedicated to providing the training and resources CHCs need to provide comprehensive contraceptive care and access for all women, on integrating this question into a center’s workflows with the Pregnancy Intention Screening Questionnaire (PISQ). From this question, centers can begin to craft strategies and programs to make sure that all patients have access to the contraceptive care and counseling they need.

Illustrating Non-Medical Complexity with SDOH and PRAPARE

Room: Harborview #2

Speakers:

LuAnn Kimker, RN, MSN
Director of Clinical Innovation
Azara Healthcare

Kevin Fairley, MSN, NP
Senior Data Solutions Specialist
Azara Healthcare

Social determinants of health have always been an important aspect of disparities in care among health center patients. PRAPARE and other screening tools can now capture social determinants of health and have created a foundation for greater understanding of the non-medical complexity of our health center population, as well as the data to illustrate this complexity to funders and payers. This session will focus on DRVS’s ability to map social determinants of health and the tools available to track data capture performance and inform more comprehensive care delivery for health center patients facing these issues.

Payer Claims and Cost Integtation for Contract and Incentive Management

Room: Beacon Hill Complex

Speakers:

Greg Augustine
Chief Operations Officer
Azara Healthcare

Phil Parker
Director of Client Analytics
Azara Healthcare

Whether for pay-for-performance, accountable care, or independent practice assoiation negotiated incentives, most community health centers today have some sort of contracted performance measures. Learn how DRVS can use payer claims data to identify your highest cost patients, their utillization of services, and payer-perceived care gaps. Your practice can use this vital information to stratify patients and focus the efforts of care management and outreach staff. For care gap resolution administrative staff might use EHR data to close payer care gaps or vice versa, preventing duplicative tests and proving your high quality with data.

Leveraging DRVS Data: Partnering with Academia for Community Health Research

Room: Harborview #3

Speakers:

Susan Dargon-Hart, LICSW
Vice President
Clinical Health Affairs
Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers

Diana Erani, MBA
Vice President
Health Informatics
Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers

Elsie Taveras, MD
Professor in the Department of Nutrition
Harvard PH T.H. Chan
School of Public Health

Karen Emmons
Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Harvard PH T.H. Chan
School of Public Health

This session will highlight how the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers has successfully partnered with the Harvard School of Public Health on a variety of projects and how they use DRVS to minimize the data collection burden on the participating health centers, while making valuable expertise available to drive quality improvement.

CHC Perspective: Implementation and Adoption

Room: Harborview #1

Speakers:

Sonya Cass, RN
Chief Nursing Officer
Fordland Clinic

Peter Johnson
IT Manger
Fordland Clinic

Priti Golecha, MD
Associate Chief Medical Officer
Golden Valley Health Center

The processes of implementing DRVS at two health centers, Golden Valley in California, and Fordland Community Health in Missouri, were both journeys to success. Hear your peers share about their challenges, triumphs and lessons-learned. DRVS has become an integral part of both Quality Improvement programs. From partnering with IT, to validation, to workflow mapping, measure tracking, reporting, and implenting and beta-testing new modules, these two health centers have much to share with you about their experiences. DRVS accuracy and efficacy has resulted in more provider and MA buy-in to new processes, and daily use of DRVS in a variety of areas.

2:45 PM - 3:30 PM

Closing Remarks

Room: Amphitheater

Speaker:

Jeff Brandes
President & CEO
Azara Healthcare

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