SAVE THE DATE! Pediatric Supergroup 2018 Coming In May!

Save the date: the 2018 Pediatric Supergroup meeting will be held on May 2-4 in the DC Area.  Details to follow.

At last year’s meeting, PCC began the process of backing away from the “ownership” of the supergroup meeting.  We’ve always wanted this to be an event run not only for, but by, the people it is meant to serve: independent pediatricians who are looking at growing.  Everyone – and I mean everyone – who was at last year’s conference agreed and showed interest in helping out.  The usual suspects stepped up, but no one more than Allied Physicians Group, who has agreed to share the lead on hosting and sponsoring the event. PCC will continue to help with event logistics with Allied as a partner. With enough attendance, we can bring in more expert speakers, develop better supergroup resources, and deliver some vital content to independent pediatric practices.

With this great news, MARK YOUR CALENDARS and TELL YOUR FRIENDS. The 2018 Pediatric Supergroup Conference will be held from May 2-4, 2018 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel. We expect to deliver an afternoon of content on May 2, a full day on May 3, and a morning on May 4 (much like years past). We will continue to leverage the meal time, including dinners, to get the most out of our time.

Over the next few weeks, we will develop the agenda, open the on-line event signups, provide hotel/reservation information, etc.

Special thanks to APG for their contribution to the greater good.

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  1. Doug Tynan
    Doug Tynan says:

    I would be willing to present a talk/discussion at your May meeting in Washington. I practiced as a psychologist in pediatrician’s office for over 25 years and am currently working on payment reform. I have data from colleagues that show how having a psychologist can help an office increase revenue with screening and care collaborative codes, make a pediatrician’s office more effective and effficient by taking on time intensive behavior cases, improve your referrals to special education services, as well as having the psychologist bill for their own services and take responsibility professionally for the behavior cases.

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