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    Maryland Prim​ary Care Program

    Educational Sessions

    The Maryland Program Management Office (PMO), in conjunction with other partners, have conducted several webinars and meetings regarding the Maryland Primary Care Program. Links to meeting recordings and downloadable copies of slide decks are below.

    Please find the 2022 Learning Live Calendar here​. Note that Q1 is complete. Q2-Q4 is in draft form​

    Please check our 2021 Learning Events Summary​​​ (updated 10/19/21) for a list of events and materials available to all practices, as well as a schedule of upcoming events. Current program participants should visit the MDPCP Connect website​ for the most recent program information and educational materials. 

    Program participants should email MDPCP@lewin.com to sign up for the MDPCP Today Newsletter.

    Advanced Primary Care Staff Training Academy

    The MDPCP Program Management Office (PMO), in collaboration with Medicalincs LLC, is pleased to bring you an in-person, FREE MDPCP Advanced Primary Care Staff Training. This comprehensive, hands-on, interactive, one-day training program is designed to enhance your practice staff’s expertise with the functions of Advanced Primary Care. The training is designed to bolster your ability to support your practices in implementing change to meet the MDPCP care transformation requirements, and ultimately patient health and experience outcomes. The same training was offered at 5 different locations in different regions across the state. Recordings of the various sessions are now available​


    Previous training locations and their slides can be found below:

     Additional Resources:

    Educational Sessions​*

    Behavioral Health Integration (BHI)

    Care Transformation Requirements


    Program Overview & Application Process





    Please check our 2020 Learning Events Summary and the CONNECT website for a schedule of upcoming educational events.

     * Please note that some webinar recording links may ask you to 'register' before allowing you to view the recording. 

    ​Learning Advisory Council

    The MDPCP Learning Advisory Council has been created as a standing committee for the purpose of working with the Maryland Department of Health MDPCP Program Management Office (PMO) to advise on matters directly concerning the learning system's initiatives, events, and efforts. 

    Meeting agendas will be posted at least 2 days in advance of the day of the meeting. Meeting minutes and the meeting recording will be posted at least 1 week after the end of the council meeting.