Annual Conference 2022 



Saturday, October 1, 2022

REGISTRATION OPEN!

Registration is now open for the OMA's 2022 Annual Conference: Medicine Now: Transition & Resilience. The conference will address practice transformation opportunities as we enter a new chapter of the pandemic, including the role of technology and the evolution of telemedicine, changing payment methodologies, the wellness of physicians, PAs, and other healthcare workers, as well as how we center health equity in all facets of our work.

This year's conference will return to being in-person at the Hilton Portland Downtown.

MEDICINE NOW: Transition & Resilience

Saturday, October 1, 2022
7:30 am - 4:30 pm



 
Portland Hilton Downtown
921 SW Sixth Ave.
(Registration and breakfast starting at 7:30 am, programing at 8:00 am)

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED

The Oregon Medical Association is honored to announce the 2022 Medicine Now Keynote Presenters, including Shantanu Nundy, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer for Accolade and author of Care After Covid, who will headline the event.

In addition, the conference will highlight two additional keynote speakers, Sylvia Trujillo, JD, MPP, Senior Director of Policy for OCHIN, Inc., and Michael Tutty, PhD, MHA, Group Vice President of Professional Satisfaction and Practice Sustainability for the American Medical Association.

Shantanu Nundy, MD, MBA

Chief Medical Officer, Accolade 
Author, Care After Covid

Shantanu Nundy is a primary care physician, technologist, and business leader. In addition to serving as CMO for Accolade, he serves as a health policy lecturer at the George Washington Milken Institute for Public Health and is author of Care After Covid, a practical action plan for reinventing healthcare in a post-pandemic world, among other endeavors.

Sylvia Trujillo, JD, MPP

Senior Director of Policy,
OCHIN, Inc.

Sylvia Trujillo works within OCHIN's leadership to champion public policies that drive equity in healthcare. Prior to joining OCHIN, Trujillo was a member of the American Medical Association's Federal Advocacy team serving as Senior Washington Counsel where her focus covered rapid innovations in medicine such as telehealth, genomics, and artificial intelligence.

Michael Tutty, PhD, MHA

Group Vice President of Professional Satisfaction and Practice Sustainability,
American Medical Association

Michael Tutty leads the AMA's efforts to identify, support, and grow care delivery and payment models that promote the long-term sustainability of, and satisfaction with, medical practice. Tutty served in several positions at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, including Director of the Office of Health Policy and Technology.

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