The annual June Integrating Quality Conference is designed to assist academic medical centers with integrating quality, patient safety, and high-value care across their care delivery, education, and research missions.
Annual Integrating Quality Conference
Each year the AAMC hosts the Integrating Quality Conference – the professional development event for clinical and educational leaders, faculty, educators, trainees, and students from across the health professions in academic medicine who are advancing health care quality, patient safety, and high-value care innovation.
AAMC will hold the twelfth annual Integrating Quality Conference in Kansas City, MO at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown June 4-5, 2020. Integrating Quality Conference is a highly interactive, interprofessional conference focused on sharing integrative approaches and strategies for improving and implementing best practices. There will be ample opportunities for participants to network and learn new ways to advance the health equity, quality, patient safety, and value initiatives in their institutions and beyond.
Call for Abstracts: Mid-November to Late December 2019
Abstract Acceptance Notices: February 2020
Registration Opens; Book Hotel & Travel: March to May 2020
Who Should Attend?
This meeting is designed for those who are working to improve health equity, value, quality, and patient safety at academic medical centers, teaching hospitals, health professions schools, and other health care organizations. Attendees include chief quality officers, chief medical officers, chief academic officers, DIOs, clinical faculty, medical educators, quality and patient safety leaders and specialists, researchers, trainees, students and many more from across the health professions.
Call for Abstracts
Topic Areas for Abstracts
Health Care Quality: The know-how and skills to improve quality in health care today can be promoted in the clinical learning environment across the clinical care delivery, educational, and research continuums.
Patient Safety: Patient safety is at the core of providing quality care. Proposals should address practical strategies, approaches, and lessons learned for how attendees can improve patient safety and optimize the environment for learning, care, and discovery.
High-Value Care: The goal of high-value health care is to produce the best health outcomes at the lowest cost. Health care professionals are increasingly given incentives to deliver high-value care by virtue of such payment reform measures as pay-for-performance policies, bundled-payment strategies, global budgets, and financial risk sharing within accountable care organizations.
If you have questions about submitting an abstract, please contact the AAMC Integrating Quality Team, firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-828-0611.