The Bay Area Primary Care Leadership and Innovation Summit

We had a stunning turnout at our Bay Area Primary Care Leadership and Innovation Summit held on January 31, 2014 at the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge at Stanford Medical School. The event brought together an interdisciplinary, inter-professional crowd. The summit was sponsored by the Division of General Medical Disciplines at Stanford, UCSF and the Primary Care Leadership Academy, and Primary Care Progress. The engaged, creative and collaborative crowd of 200+ came from places as far away as Hawaii and Boston, representing nurses, pharmacists, physician assistants, family doctors, pediatricians, internists, and students from all those disciplines in addition to clinical administrators, program directors, medical assistants, and leaders from business, engineering and community organizations. Front and center at the conference, both physically and philosophically, were patient and family advocates. Everyone participated in sharing ideas, building trust and forming community.  Clearly, there is an appetite for change, innovation, and collaboration. We will build on this success to inspire action and forge solutions.



Please find links to the presentations below: 
Primary Care Leadership Skills Session - Primary Care progress
  • Public Narrative – Using our stories as a tool for team connection, engagement and leadership development.
  • Strategy and Action – Don’t work harder to effect change, work smarter.
We are Not Alone Teams Transforming Primary Care
  • Interprofessional Teams & Team-Based Partnerships - Alan Glaseroff, Ann Lindsay, Monica Curiel
  • Public Health Partnerships - Hali Hammer, Emma Nace
  • Primary Care Transformation  - Nwando Olayiwola, Marianna Kong
  • Value-Added Medical Education - Steve Lin, Max Liu
  • Collaborative Research Networks - Mike Potter, Diane Dooley
  • Community Engagement - Rhonda McClinton-Brown, Steve Ko, Rekha Reddy, Victoria Boggiano
Bringing it back homeReport Back/Wrap up – Large group discussion