Primary care is where good health begins. It is based on your relationship with your patients as you provide and coordinate the care they need, from preventive health to specialty care to inpatient services. The demands and challenges you face every day within your practice are constantly changing, so we’re changing with you.
We’ve taken the feedback of clinicians in your region and across the country to launch an all-new Annual Conference.
Pri-Med has expanded its partnership with the American College of Physicians (ACP), and in collaboration with the ACP we will be unveiling an entirely new cutting-edge CME curriculum. The CME sessions will include the latest treatments and therapies, such as:
Have face-to-face conversations with industry professionals, gain helpful takeaways, and experience engaging floor activities such as live demonstrations, outside your office hours.
The Pri-Med Exhibit Hall is your chance to learn about and compare over 175 of the health care industry’s latest products, treatments, and technologies in one place.
Annual Conferences are 3-day meetings held in five top U.S. healthcare markets. The curriculum addresses clinical cases primary care clinicians encounter daily and is delivered by experts from top medical schools and association partners. Attracting over 23,000 clinicians annually, this forum is the ideal venue to interact with primary care clinicians. Pri-Med is committed to ensuring that these events help you make meaningful connections with the people you want to talk to most. Exhibit space is available starting at 100 square feet.
With programs in over 30 cities across the U.S., Pri-Med is evolving as a medical education company. We recognize that improving patient outcomes is not simply achieved by increasing knowledge for individual clinicians, but rather by fostering collaboration among specialists, PCPs, and allied health professionals through disease specific multidisciplinary programs. Looking forward, Pri-Med is committed to helping clinicians integrate the latest in medical education with patient information so they can improve outcomes at the point of care in an increasingly complex healthcare environment.