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The

Virginia Associaon of Free Clinics invites you to join us at The Homestead Resort Hot Springs, VA for

The Annual Conference

November 4th - 6th Presenng Sponsor


Sunday, November 4th Pre-Conference Sessions: 9:00am - 10:00am

Registraon and Check-In Open for CME/CE program and

10:00am - 4:00pm

CME/CE Program for Medical Professionals Earn 5 credit hours, includes lunch Program Co-Sponsored by the University of Virginia Connuing Educaon Program (separate registraon required)

2:00pm - 4:00pm

Execuve Directors’ Forum on Health Care Reform Hosted by Steve Horan & Debbie Oswalt

3:00pm - 5:00pm

Hotel Check-In & Conference Check-In

5:00pm - 7:00pm

Chairman’s Recepon (appezers & cash bar) Exhibit Hall Open Silent Aucon

7:00pm - 9:30pm

VAFC Banquet

Monday, November 5th 7:00am - 8:00am

Breakfast in Main Dining Room Exhibit Hall Open

8:00am - 9:15am

General Session: What’s In a Grant? Panel Discussion by representaves from foundaons

9:15am - 9:25am

Travel to Breakout Workshops


Monday - Connued

9:25am - 10:40am

Workshop Sessions Management Track - Risk Management for Free Clinics Panel Discussion with Don LeMond of VARisk2 and Tom Bagby/Tom Winn with WoodsRogers A?orneys at Law Development Track - Social Media-Why and How to Use It to Fundraise for Your Clinic - PART 1 by Sarah Milston with Milston Consulng Volunteer Track - Engaging Lay Health Promoters as Community Partners in Improving Health Care by Marilyn Metzler and Karen Bunn of the Cross Over Health Care Ministry Clinical Track - Successful Weight Loss for Free Clinic Populaons by the sta at the Tappahannock Free Clinic Personal Growth - Caring for Ourselves: New Perspecves - PART 1 by Jolynne Robins, VCU School of Nursing

10:40am - 11:10am

Break in Exhibit Hall

11:10am - 12:25pm

Workshop Sessions Management Track - Clinic Outcomes - Are They Important? by representaves from several foundaons Development Track - Social Media-Why and How to Use It to Fundraise for Your Clinic - PART 2 by Sarah Milston with Milston Consulng (must have a?ended PART 1) Volunteer Track - They said, “Yes!� Now What? - Volunteer Orientaon and Socializaon by Wanda Trexler with the Goochland Free Clinic Clinical Track - Health Promoon: The Need for Integrated Care Both Pre– and Post-Diagnosis by David Coe, Execuve Director of Colonial Behavioral Health Personal Growth Track - Caring for Ourselves: New Perspecves - PART 2 by Jolynne Robins, VCU School of Nursing (must have a?ended PART 1)


12:35pm - 1:35pm

Buet Lunch Presentaon: Will Health Reforms Nurture or Starve Virginia Communies? By Mary Ann Bergeron, Execuve Director of the Virginia Associaon of Community Services Boards Exhibit Hall Open unl 5pm

1:35pm - 4:35pm

EHR “Hands On� Exhibit Open - come test drive a variety of EHR soLware

1:35pm - 3:00pm

Annual Membership Meeng (VAFC Member Clinics Only)

2:00pm - 4:00pm

Nurse Praconers Forum hosted by Amy Gillespie with the Richmond Memorial Foundaon and Carola Bruat with the Virginia Council of Nurse Praconers

3:00pm - 5:00pm

VAFC Board of Directors Meeng

4:35pm - 5:35pm

EHR—Ask the Expert Forum hosted by Impact Makers

5:35pm - 6:30pm

Free Time for Networking

6:30pm - 9:30pm

Oponal Evening Event - Casino/Games Night Dinner, Cash Bar, Music, Games, Prizes, Fun (you can also make your own dinner reservaons at one of the hotel restaurants)

Tuesday, November 6th 7:00am - 8:15am

Breakfast in Main Dining Room

8:15am - 9:30am

General Session - Presenter: Catherine Hess from the Naonal Academy for State Health Policy


Tuesday - Connued

9:30am - 9:45am

Break

9:45am - 11:00am

Round Table - Speed Topics Each person will visit 3 tables on topics of interest for 20 minutes each. This is an opportunity to share ideas, ask quesons and hear best pracces. There will be a facilitator at each table. Table Topics: ~Successful Fundraisers ~Volunteer Recognion ~Board Members as Clinic Volunteers ~Board Development/Recruitment ~Adding New Medical Services to Your Clinic ~Challenges Working in Rural Clinics ~Access to Medicaons ~Using NAP Credits

11:00am - 11:15am

Break

11:15am - 12:30pm

Workshop Sessions Management Track - Accessing Data for Grant Wring by Ally Burleson-Gibson , Data Specialist, US Census Bureau Development Track - Donor Culvaon, Recognion & Stewardship by Kathryn Sims Cross, Director of Development, Charlo?esville Free Clinic Volunteer Track - Where Can You Find Volunteers in Virginia? by Fran Inge, Director of Volunteerism, state of Virginia Clinical Track - How Lifestyle Choices Impacts Dental Health Personal Growth - Why Can’t We All Just Get Along? (determining your communicaon style) by Kay Bradley, Execuve Director of the Gloucester-Ma?hews Free Clinic

12:30pm

Conference Concludes - lunch on your own


Lunch Opons for Tuesday, November 6th • •

Casino Club Restaurant at The Homestead - full menu, $13 to $20

Martha’s Market at The Homestead - salads & sandwiches to go, $9 to $15 •

Cucci’s at the Varsity, 11129 Sam Snead Hwy., Hot Springs, VA 24445 (north of The Homestead) •

Country CafÊ, 6156 Sam Snead Hwy., Hot Springs, VA 24445 (south of The Homestead) •

Sam Snead’s Tavern, Main St., Hot Springs, VA 24445 (downtown, near The Homestead) •

Ellio?’s, Main St., Hot Springs, VA 24445 (downtown, near the Homestead)

Please remember to VOTE on Tuesday, November 6th! If you are not going to get home before the polls close, make arrangements to use an absentee ballot. CLICK HERE for informaon on vong with an absentee ballot.

Accommodaons at The Homestead are $129/night + taxes + 15% resort fee (Resort Fee provides: valet parking, in-room Wi-Fi, aLernoon tea, movies at night, ďŹ tness center, indoor pool, and gratuies for housekeeping, valet parking & dining sta) CLICK HERE to reserve your room at The Homestead. Use group code VAFC for discounted room rate.


2012 Annual Conference Program