COVID-19 Workshop on October 29: Primary Care During a Crisis

Thursday, October 29, 10:30-11AM EDT

Our COVID-19 Workshop Series continues on alternating Thursdays, 10:30–11AM.

The COVID-19 public health crisis had an unprecedented impact on the healthcare system across the country. The Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) considers a three-phase approach for practices to best respond to the crisis, meet the needs of their patients, and remain financially viable.

Join us on October 29 and learn to:

  • Examine the financial considerations in a pandemic
  • Implement guidelines for managing a practice during a pandemic
  • Ensure access to care for the most vulnerable, older patients


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Our Speakers

Deborah Johnson Ingram, MPH
Sr. Program Director of Compliance and Practice Operations
Primary Care Development Corporation

Deborah leads a team of Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) facilitators and practice operations subject matter experts. Her team has lead over 800 practices to achieve NCQA PCMH recognition. Deborah also provides consulting on Electronic Health Record implementation, PCMH sustainability planning, practice operations and efficiency analysis for private practices, hospital ambulatory care clinics and Federally Qualified Health Centers. Deborah conducts trainings on clinical data and analytics, CMS-MU attestation also known as Promoting Interoperability, CMS Quality Payment
Programs in addition to coding for quality educational sessions.

Maia B. Morse, MPH, CPC-A
Sr. Program Manager
Primary Care Development Corporation

Maia joined PCDC in 2012 and has over a decade of experience in healthcare operations management and quality improvement. Maia is subject matter expert in practice transformation and patient-centered medical home and has consulted with a variety of health care organizations across the county. Currently Maia is leading PCDC’s COVID-19 resiliency work with primary care practices to help them meet unprecedented demands during the pandemic.