The 2018 PQA Leadership Summit, November 15-16, 2018 at the Westin Alexandria, Alexandria VA is exclusive to PQA members, provides interactive, hands-on learning and information-sharing programs and topical and innovation plenary sessions that focus on the most relevant issues, current trends and challenges of our industry now and in the future. This year we are digging deep into the four P’s: patients, policies, performance, and practice. The PQA Leadership Summit is by invitation only.

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2018 PQA Leadership Summit Sponsorship Opportunities


The benefits of being a PQA sponsors are plentiful and include invitations to the exclusive Appreciation Dinner with the PQA Leadership and distinguished speakers, face-to-face networking opportunities throughout the meeting, prominent logo placement on the website and promotional communications, and multiple recognition during the meetings by way of podium announcements, signage, and final program acknowledgements.

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PQA would like to thank the following companies for their support of the 2018 PQA Leadership Summit:

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Efforts to improve healthcare access and patient health outcomes have predominantly focused on health system factors. Having access to care, including medications, is of keen interest and concern to patients, providers, and policy‐makers. Increasingly, there has been recognition that improving care access and patient health will require focusing on social, economic, and environmental factors. As our health system continues to move towards value‐based care, healthcare stakeholders are progressively regarding the social determinants of health (SDOH) as critical components of value.

After attending the Forum, attendees will be able to:

  • Discuss the impact of social determinants on health, including medication access and quality
  • Inform new opportunities for improving care by targeting patients' unmet social needs
  • Socialize a conceptual framework describing the medication access patient journey and its implications for quality measurement
  • Describe how quality performance measurement can reduce disparities and improve access

The Forum is made possible by the generous support of:

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