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5.19.22 Virtual Event

When & Where

Thursday, May 19, 2022
6:30 PM EDT - 7:30 PM EDT
Virtual Event

About The Event

Resident Learning Community Series May
Event Type: Resident Event

Being licensed to practice primary care is more than just doctoring, it’s about leading a team that will help produce better patient outcomes. National Director for Primary Care Advancement and former medical professor, Dr. Dan McCarter dives deep into the importance of leadership in primary care. Join this special interactive virtual session, hosted just for medical residents. 

As part of our Resident Learning Community, you have exclusive access to this monthly lecture series. Plus, you get the latest stories on value-based care, industry news, career insights, and event invites with access to our doctors, so you can ask your questions any time. 

Register for this FREE virtual interactive session using the registration button above.

If you were forwarded this event invitation by a peer and you’re not part of the Resident Learning Community, click here and register now. Get a free laptop backpack and join an exclusive group of residents. 

About the Speaker: 

Dr. Dan McCarter is the National Director of Primary Care Advancement for ChenMed. Prior to this, he served for 2 years as Market CMO in Richmond, Virginia for JenCare Senior Medical Center, a ChenMed company. Before coming to ChenMed, Dr. McCarter was at the University of Virginia for 27 years. In 1990, he founded Stoney Creek Family Practice, one of their first satellite teaching practices with the first EHR in the UVA health system. This practice went on to achieve Level 3 PCMH certification.  

His various administrative positions at UVA included Vice-Chair of Family Medicine, Medical Director of Regional Primary Care, Associate Chief Medical Officer for Ambulatory Services, and Medical Director for WellVirginia ACO, a Track 1 MSSP.  He was course director for the Virginia Population Health Summit in 2014, 2015, and 2016. He has presented at numerous local, regional, and national conferences. 

Dr. McCarter continues to hold teaching appointments in the departments of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. Full Academic CV is available upon request.

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