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After careful consideration, to keep members, staff, and their families and colleagues safe and healthy, the 2020 PCA & HCCN Conference will now be presented virtually. NACHC staff are working on bringing as much of the benefits of this conference as possible to you on a virtual basis. We look forward to offering the same innovative and timely content that we have in the past, including an engaging general session, a full education program, and space to connect with sponsors and peers. Registration is now OPEN!
NACHC’s PCA and HCCN Conference is the only conference of its kind specifically targeting both state PCAs and HCCNs, with an audience of 200–225 attendees from across the country where nearly every state is represented.
PCAs and HCCNs are critical organizations that support and advance policy goals and operational excellence for nearly 1400 community health centers serving more than 28 million individuals across the country.
NACHC is closely monitoring the widespread impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on travel and time away from your local community. We remain committed to serving health centers, PCAs and HCCNs and are working to tailor our educational programs to meet the changing environment. You can expect our training content and delivery modality to reflect current circumstances. As such, the November conference is currently planned as an in-person event with the possible adjustment to an all-virtual event if needed as date gets closer.
The PCA/HCCN Conference is an opportunity for PCAs and HCCNs to identify and address issues critical to the preservation, strengthening, and growth of health centers. It is the only conference of its kind specifically targeting both PCAs and HCCNs.
The 2020 PCA/HCCN Conference aims to achieve the following objectives:
- Provide a thoughtfully cultivated experience for PCAs and HCCNs to elevate state-level skills and highlight the essential role of PCAs and/or HCCNs;
- Identify opportunities to further position PCAs, HCCNs and health centers as leaders and strategic partners in the future health care environment and reimagined care in the COVID-19 era; and
- Promote peer sharing and discussion of forward-thinking approaches to policy and advocacy in light of the national election, health center funding and accountability requirements.