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Ohio's PCPCC

OPCPCC LogoThe Ohio Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (OPCPCC) is a coalition of primary care providers, insurers, employers, consumer advocates, government officials and public health professionals. They are joining together to create a more effective and efficient model of health care delivery in Ohio. That model of care is the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH).

The OPCPCC is coordinating statewide efforts to implement best practices to advance patient-centered primary care. By providing a forum for health care stakeholders to communicate freely and work together, OPCPCC strives to achieve the following outcomes:

  1. Enhanced communication between providers, purchasers, and consumers
  2. Identification and dissemination of best practices
  3. Increased number of engaged patients, providers, employers & insurers (specific targets & dates to be set)
  4. Better care, better health, better satisfaction, better value
  5. Become a national leader in terms of collaborative process and sustainable model  


The 5th annual 2016 Ohio Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative annual conference was held on Friday, November 18, 2016 at the Pinnacle Golf Club in Grove City, OH.  The conference featured a keynote presentation by John Auerbach, MBA, associate director for policy at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Auerbach has authored and co-authored many important publications, including a recent discussion paper about CDC’s exciting new 6|18 Initiative. 

The final conference agenda is available here:   OPCPCC conference agenda final 2016

Conference presentation slides are now available:

01 OPCPCC Welcome 2016

02 Population Health Auerbach 111816

03 Diabetes Disparities Kirley Morrow

04 Behavioral Health Integration Mary Rutan

05 CPC Shonk 2016

05B Ohio CPC overview 11-18-2016

06 Interprofessional teams OSU NFP

07 Best practices Heile and McLean

08 Employers Bending Curve DAS OhioHealth

Contact OPCPCC at 614-644-9756 or with questions about the conference.


If you or your organization are interested in the transformation of primary care in Ohio, please complete the membership form at the link below to become a member of OPCPCC. There are no fees or dues for general members.

OPCPCC Membership Form

 Go to PCMH Consumer Web page

 Updated 1/6/2017