March 11, 2021 @ 9:00 am – March 16, 2021 @ 11:00 am


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This past year has had an unprecedented effect on the delivery of healthcare.  Payers, providers, and patients have had to adapt to new approaches to care and become adept at using new technologies.  This conference will focus on the future of primary care, highlight the inequities around access to care and how those inequities can be eliminated,  look at  the impact of new technologies in addressing the needs of various populations, and whether traditional forms of service delivery can continue to meet the demands from patients, payers, and providers.

Conference Learning Objectives:

  • Listen to updates on the healthcare scene in Massachusetts and how COVID has affected healthcare equity and delivery of care;
  • Learn about new disruptive technologies in healthcare and how they impact patients, payers and providers;
  • Hear from experts about the future of primary care and how it is changing.


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Conference Registration Fees:
HFMA Members $80
HFMA Student Members: $20
HFMA Retiree Members: $20
Non-Members: $150

This conference qualifies for 4.8 NASBA CPEs, Specialized Knowledge – Technical.
In order to obtain CPEs, attendees must attend the live webinar and answer the polling questions.

Registration Deadline:
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 12:00 PM