Jennie Burrowes 
WNC/Buncombe County Medical Society 
(828) 274-2267 


Tuesday May 10, 2011 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM EDT

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Thomas Bacon Auditorium, MAHEC 
501 Biltmore Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801

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About the speaker:                                                                                                                                                             William Warning, MS is Program Director for Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program, Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Warning attended Jefferson Medical College, completed a Family Medicine Residency Program at Lancaster General Hospital and received a Certificate of Medical Management from Carnegie Mellon University. He is board certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine. Dr. Warning is the Faculty Chair of Pennsylvania PCMH Collaborative for Family Medicine Residency Programs. He is Lead Physician in a PCMH NCQA Level 3 certified Family Medicine Residency and an active participant in the IPIP PA Chronic Care Collaborative. Dr. Warning serves on the Board of Directors for Family Medicine Education Confortium and is past-Chairman of the Assembly of Program Directors and Department Chairs of Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Warning also served as a reviewer for the American Academy of Family Physicians Road to Recognition PCMH Guide. 

The Patient-Centered Medical Home

               Featuring nationally recognized speaker,        Dr. William Warning

Is your practice ready to become a Patient-Centered Medical Home?

PCMH is not just a concept, it is a reality. Both WNC/BCMS members and non-members are invited to a FREE event featuring William J Warning II, MD. RSVP today to find out how to ready yourself and your practice to become a fully functioning, successful PCMH. Learn how to work smarter, not harder! 

Attend this FREE event to:

  • Learn what it means to be a PCMH.
  • Learn about implementation challenges and solutions.
  • Receive supporting evidence on the impact and outcomes for both patients and practice.

Are you a specialist? Want to know more about your role in the PCMH?

Dr. Warning says "Data shows that when cooperation exists between primary care and specialists in the medical home, specialist referrals go up..." Find out more about the importance of specialists in the PCMH on May 10. RSVP today!

View our recent interview with Dr. Warning in the spring issue of the WNC/BCMS Bulletin by clicking here.

                                          Food and refreshments will be served.                                                                              Please RSVP by Sunday, May 8, 2011.                                              

                                                   Traveling from out of town for this event?                                            Follow this link for a discounted rate from the Biltmore DoubleTree.

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