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2019 Spring Open Forum- Exhibitor
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4/6/2019
When: Saturday, April 6, 2019
7:30 AM
Where: Hilton Garden Inn Raleigh
3912 Arrow Dr
Raleigh, North Carolina  27612
United States
Contact: Kathryn Carroll
919.839.1156 ext 102


Online registration is available until: 4/30/2019
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NCPeds Open Forum - Exhibitor Registration

Exhibitor:

Price: $500.00

Opportunity to meet and greet attendees at your booth, distribute promotional pieces and build relationships.

This level is given a full registration. All Exhibitors are recognized onsite and in NCPeds event media related to the conference. Spend the day with current customers and future customers at the NCPeds conference.

All exhibitors will receive:

One 6’ table-top exhibit spaces with chairs

Two booth personnel registrations

Breakfast and lunch for your team

 

 

Exhibitor - Gov’t & Non Profit: Price: $150.00

Opportunity to meet and greet attendees at your booth, distribute promotional pieces and build relationships. This level is given a full registration. All Exhibitors are recognized onsite and in NCPeds event media related to the conference. Spend the day with current customers and future customers at the NCPeds conference..

All exhibitors will receive:

• One 6’ table-top exhibit spaces with chairs

• Two booth personnel registrations

• Breakfast and lunch for your team

 

 

 

 

North Carolina Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics

North Carolina Pediatric Society

Saturday, April 6 2019

Raleigh Hilton Garden Inn

2019 Spring Open Forum - DRAFT

7:30-8:30                    Breakfast –Visit Exhibitors 

7:45 to 8:25 Optional session on Medicaid Reform and Network Adequacy – Making Sure Kids Have Access to Pediatric Subspecialists –Dick Sutherland, MD, FAAP, UNC and Elizabeth Hudgins, MPP,  NCPeds

8:30-8:50                   Welcome and Introductions, Susan Mims, MD, MPH, FAAP, President, NCPeds

 

8:50 – 9AM                 Presentation of Bernstein Public Service Award

 

                                 9AM -9:50                  Opening Keynote: Rep. Greg Murphy, MD (Dist. 9 – Pitt County): Role of the

Physician in the Political Process

 

9:50 – 10AM               Presentation of Denny, Katz, Simon Tingelstad Award

 

10 – 10:20                   Academic & Community Hospital Reports (with focus on advocacy efforts)

 

10:15 – 10:35              Break Visit Exhibitors 

 

10:35 – 10:50              NC Peds Legislative Agenda and Updates from the General Assembly,  John Rusher, MD, JD, FAAP

 

10:50 – 11:15              Expanding Health Coverage Options and Administrative Advocacy, Matt Gross, Asst. Secretary for Government Affairs, NCDHHS

 

 

11:15AM – 12:30        Advocacy Panel – Moderator – Theresa Flynn, MD, FAAP, Policy Comm Co-Chair

                                    What are 2-3  key issues you are working on? What are 3 of the hardest working tools in your tool box? What are unique opportunities (if any) for the pediatric voice?

                                    Chip Baggett, JD NC Medical Society

                                    Ciara Zachary, PhD, NCChild

                                    Beth Messersmith, MPA, MomsRising

                                     

12:45 – 1:45                Lunch with optional ECP session and Visit Exhibitors 

 

1:45 – 3:15                  Break-outs

                                    Medicaid Reform: The PHPs have been announced – what now? NCPeds has a long, strong relationship with NCDHHS working together to improve child health. Given the new world of managed care, how do we best continue to advocate for strong policies for kids?  Jay Ludlam, JD, Asst. Secretary for Medicaid; Christoph Diasio, MD, FAAP, Sandhills Pediatrics;  Lauri Pulver, MD, FAAP, ABC Pediatrics (Asheville)  Moderator: Katie Lowry, MD, FAAP

 

 

                                    Planning a visit in your home district: Building relationships with legislators is one of the best ways to assure the pediatric voice is heard in the policy debate. Dr. W. Scott St. Clair and Chris Hollis (lobbyist for NC Peds) will talk you through some of the ins and outs of planning a visit with a legislator “back home.” Moderator: Emily Vander Schaaf, MD, FAAP