June 6, 2022
Care After Covid Author, Shantanu Nundy, Headlines OMA Conference
The Oregon Medical Association’s flagship event focuses on practice transformation opportunities, physician and physician assistant wellness, and health equity as a new chapter of the pandemic unfolds
PORTLAND, Ore.—The Oregon Medical Association (OMA), the state’s largest professional organization engaging in advocacy, policy, community-building, and networking opportunities for Oregon’s physicians, physician assistants (PAs), and medical and PA students, is honored to present an appearance by Shantanu Nundy, MD, MBA
, Chief Medical Officer for Accolade, and author of Care After Covid, a practical action plan for reinventing healthcare in a post-pandemic world.
The presentation is part of “Medicine Now: Transition & Resilience”, the OMA’s 2022 Annual Conference, scheduled for Saturday, October 1, from 7:30 am – 4:30 pm at the Hilton Portland Downtown, 921 SW Sixth Avenue.
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 at the American Medical Association.
Conference registration is now open with special admission for medical and physician assistant students. Visit theOMA.org/conference
for registration information and conference details.Conference keynotes and breakout sessions will address practice transformation opportunities as we enter a new chapter of the pandemic, including the role of technology and the evolution of telehealth, changing payment methodologies, the wellness of physicians, PAs, and other healthcare workers, as well as how we center health equity.
The event is intended for medical professionals; medical and PA students; the staff members who support clinics, hospitals, and medical practices; and stakeholders in the healthcare field such as nonprofit and mission-driven organizations. A full roster of presenters and topics will be posted on the conference webpage as they are announced: theOMA.org/conference
The OMA Annual Conference is also the annual meeting of the OMA membership. At the event, the association will present annual service awards and will install Marianne Parshley, MD
as the 147th OMA President. Parshley is a Portland-based internal medicine specialist with Providence Portland Medical Center and a strong advocate of whole patient care, recognizing that health is affected by all parts of an individual’s life.
The Oregon Medical Association (OMA) is the state’s largest professional organization engaging in advocacy, policy, community-building, and networking opportunities for Oregon’s physicians, physician assistants, and medical and PA students. In the state capitol of Salem and in Washington, DC, the OMA’s members speak with one voice as they advocate for policies that improve access to quality patient care and reduce administrative burdens on medical professionals. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, the OMA is a 501(c)6 organization governed a Board of Trustees. Additional information is available at theOMA.org