2015 New Mexico Primary Care Training Consortium Summit

August 10 & 11
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Conference Room
2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104

The purpose of this summit is to learn more about the Medicaid Teaching Health Center Program, a new funding mechanism, and to help communities that are interested in family medicine residency training explore primary care training in their communities with local partners.

The NMPCTC gratefully acknowledges the support of:
Burrell School of Osteopathic Medicine
Community Health Innovations
New Mexico Health Resources
New Mexico Hospital Association
New Mexico Primary Care Association
University of New Mexico

Summit Resources, Presentations, and Handouts

Summit Handouts

Welcome Letter (PDF)

New Mexico Family Medicine Residency Training Program (PDF)

Summit Agenda (PDF)

Evaluation (PDF)

 

Summit Presentations – Day One

Keynote Presenter: Brent Earnest, Secretary, New Mexico Department of Human Services
The State Innovation Model (SIM) Grant, Medicaid and Workforce Planning in New Mexico
(PDF Coming Soon)

Presenter: Arthur Kaufman, MD, Vice Chancellor for Community Health, UNM
The Promise of Community-Based Primary Care Education and Training: Pathways to Practice – Narrow and Broad (PDF Coming Soon)

Presenter:John Hummer, Executive Board Director & CEO Burrell School of Osteopathic Medicine
The Latest from Las Cruces: BCOM and Residencies with Osteopathic Physicians in New Mexico (PDF Coming Soon)

 

Panel: The Components of Residency Training Development

Presenter: Ted Epperly, MD
Accreditation and Residency Training (PDF)

Presenter: Randy Longenecker, MD
Community-Based Residency Education and Engagement (PDF)

Presenter: Kiki Nocella, PhD
Training in the Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) (PDF Coming Soon)

Presenter: Charlie Alfero
New Mexico Medicaid Support of Training (PDF Coming Soon)

 

Summit Presentations – Day Two

2nd Keynote Presenter: Retta Ward, Secretary, NM Department of Health
New Mexico Medicaid Support of Training (PDF Coming Soon)

 

Additional Resources and Handouts

Health Affairs Blog “A State-Based Strategy for Expanding Primary Care Residency (Link)
Authors: Charlie Alfero and Arthur Kauffman

Rural Health Care Disparities Created by Medicare Regulations & Payment (PDF)
Author: Daniel Derksen, M.D., Walter H. Pearce Endowed Chair and Director Arizona Center for Rural Health

Rural Health Care Disparities Created by Medicare Regulations & Payment (Video)

EHCI 2013 WhitePaper (PDF)

Hospital Participation in Family Medicine Residency Programs (PDF)

Disclosure of Relevant Financial Relationships of Planners and Presenters (PDF)