November 1, 2017 1:30 PM to November 2, 2017 1:15 PM  Add to Calendar


The Westin Alexandria
400 Courthouse Square
Alexandria, VA 22314

Hotel - Reserve your room by October 9 to receive the PQA rate of $209/night at tinyurl.com/PQAWestinReservation or by calling 1.866.837.4210.

Workshop Registration Fee

Early Bird (before Oct. 2) - $75
Regular Fee - $125

Registrations fees will be donated to the American Red Cross to support the hurricane relief efforts following the devastation from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Note to all Registrants

PQA distributes conference and meeting registration lists to enable attendees to collaborate and network.  We do not otherwise distribute registration information for commercial purposes.

Cancellation Policy  

Refunds will be made with a written notice of cancellation, if received by October 23, 2017. Non-attendance does not constitute cancellation and will be subject to a $50 fee. Registrations are transferable at any time. For transfers and cancellation, contact communications@PQAalliance.org.

Workshop Sponsors


Building Scalable Team-Based Models of Care

for the Marketplace

A workshop hosted by PQA & NCPA Innovation Center

Join us for a highly interactive workshop to promote strategies necessary for building scalable team-based models of care for the marketplace. This workshop will present novel approaches to developing integrated clinical care models to help manage complex patients with co-morbidities. Uniquely designed for health plans and community pharmacy management, this workshop will provide ample time for networking and idea-sharing, and pertinent take-home value for all attendees.

Preliminary Agenda

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Opening General Session

Understanding the Building Blocks of Impactful Team-based Models of Care

Building a Scalable Team-Based Model in the Community A Panel Discussion Moderated by Cliff Goodman, The Lewin Group

Health Plan Reactor Panel

Breakout Sessions (Attendees can select one of the three sessions)

  • Session #1: Community Pharmacy Roles and Best Practices Around Social Determinants
  • Session #2: Metrics that Matter: Understanding Health Plans’ Needs as they Manage Complex Patients with Co-Morbidities
  • Session #3: Behavioral Health Providers and Community Pharmacists: A Fruitful Match?

Networking Reception

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Back on My Feet: Fun Run or Walk OPTIONAL: Get your morning started with a run organized and led by Back on My Feet, a non-profit organization seeking to revolutionize the way that our society approaches homelessness.  You will not want to miss this morning’s fun!

Networking Roundtable Breakfast Join our experts over a continental breakfast at various roundtables to share their experiences with unique models of team-based care. These difference-makers will be on hand to answer questions and provide insight on how their models have been operationalized in their communities. Attendee questions and feedback will be welcomed and encouraged!

The Path Forward: How Plans and Pharmacies Can Move This Team-based Model Further, Faster Moderated discussion facilitated by Cliff Goodman, The Lewin Group

Breakout Sessions  (Attendees can select one of the two sessions)

  • Session #1: Identification and Triage of Complex Patients to Community-based Resources
  • Session #2: Community Pharmacy Workflow Integrations with Care Teams (Care Managers, PCPs, CBOs, and More)

Team-based Models of Care: What is the Business Model, and Where is the Evidence that an Enhanced Community Network Returns an ROI  Moderated by Cliff Goodman, The Lewin Group

Adjournment Light lunch fare will be provided following the conclusion of the workshop