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Join D CEO For a Virtual Breakfast Panel: Saving Primary Care

Learn from DFW healthcare leaders about how COVID-19 may change primary care payment for the better.
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COVID-19 is changing society in innumerable ways, but a shift in how healthcare is funded may be the most lasting impact on the North Texas economy. You’re invited to D CEO Healthcare’s first ever virtual ‘breakfast’ panel on Thursday, April 30 with leading practitioners to discuss the current transition and more.

With office visits and elective procedures down, revenues for physician offices are taking a hit, but a transformation to value-based care may keep the front lines of the healthcare industry in business while making the system more efficient in the future. It may ultimately curb the unsustainably rising costs of the healthcare industry, too. Please join us for this timely and important conversation next week!

Spots will go quickly, so reserve your ticket today. A majority of the proceeds will go to the Parkland Foundation.


  • Will Maddox, Healthcare Editor, D CEO Magazine


  • Dr. Chris Crow, Co-Founder and CEO, StratiFi Health, Catalyst Health Network
  • Dr. Sanjay Doddamani, Chief Physician Executive and COO, Southwestern Health Resources
  • Alvaro Saenz, CEO, MD Medical Group

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