Join us on September 16-17, 2020

Time: 9:00am-3:30pm PST (September 16)
9:00am-3:00pm PST (September 17)

Welcome to the Virtual Event

In these times of deep uncertainty, education, connection, and innovation are as important as ever. While keeping safety a top priority, we must strive to be as well-equipped as possible for our communities during these challenging times. That is why the 2020 NVPCA Annual Health Care Conference has gone virtual! Please join us September 16 -17, for the latest on staff retention, integrating adolescent health, health center policy, strategies for boosting mental health during a crisis, and so much more along with socializing and networking opportunities!


Nevada Primary Care Association’s 2020 Annual Health Care Conference will connect more than 100 health care leaders for two days of fresh and innovative educational content on:

  • Quality improvement
  • Finance
  • 340B
  • Federal and state policy updates
  • Health care during COVID-19
  • Innovation in Nevada’s FQHCs
  • Social and racial justice
  • Recharging your compassion
  • And much more!

Here are a few primary care leaders who will share their perspectives and expertise:

Suma Nair, PhD, MS, RD

Director of the Office of Quality Improvement in HRSA’s Bureau of Primary Health Care.

Michael Policar, MD, MPH

University of California, San FranciscoProfessor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences

Join us September 16th, 2020 3:30pm-4:30 PM Pacific Time for Nevada Primary Care Association’s 25th Anniversary Virtual Reception brought to you by AccuVax. During the reception, NVPCA will announce the Association’s 2020 Health Care Awards and feature virtual entertainment by the acclaimed Derek Hughes.

About Derek Hughes

“Stand Up Magician” Derek Hughes, has been lauded by audiences and critics alike, with the New York Times calling him “thoroughly entertaining.” Hughes has performed his magic on MTV, VH1, Comedy Central, and the CW’s Penn & Teller: Fool Us. He’s a consulting producer on TRUtv’s hit magic series, The Carbonaro Effect and was a finalist on season 10 of NBC’s America’s Got Talent.


Frequently Asked Questions

Attendee FAQ:

Access the Login at Your email address will be your entry for the first time. You will be prompted to create your own unique password.
The virtual Conference sessions are posted and will follow the Pacific Time Zone schedule.
Attendees should block out their calendar of the Conference dates and let their co-workers know they are attending the conference. A typical day begins at 9 AM EST and ends by 3:30 PM PST.
The conference is web based and supports all current day browsers. If there is an issue with compatibility, please contact
There will be IT support on staff 24/7 to assist you with any technical issues. You can contact them by clicking on the Help Desk icon.
No, you cannot call into a session. You will need internet access. If the virtual conference help desk cannot help you with connection issue, please note we will record each session and provide recorded links to the session.
Yes, they are recorded and accessible for 30 days after the conference to registrants only.
Yes, chat sessions in the technical sessions are recorded. Chat sessions in the lobby and lounge are not recorded and are to be used a free form conversation with other attendees.
Attendees can claim CME’s at the conclusion of this event. After the event, a survey link will be sent to participants where CME’s can be requested.

Presenter FAQ:

Final presentations need to be emailed to by 5:00pm August 25th. Presentations need to be accessible on the presenter’s computer the day of the presentation.
Each session will last 60 mi. Please plan to incorporate 10-15 minutes for Q&A
Yes, they are recorded and accessible to registrants for 30 days after the presentation takes place.
Yes, NVPCA will offer a training session 10-15 days before the Conference for you to test your technology.
Please make sure you are somewhere with consistent internet for the presentation, you will not be able to call in to present.
Generally, using the technology in a laptop with a speaker and camera are fine. You can enhance the quality of your sound by using a headset with embedded microphone. If you choose to use a headset with embedded microphone, be aware that if the microphone brushes against your clothing during presenting, this can be disturbing to the audience. Also, consider reviewing these best practices, click here.
Use a quiet space, isolated from noises from pets, family members and others, if possible. Turn off phone ringers and be mindful of anything visually distracting in the background. Prepare a glass of water for access during your presentation.
Good lighting on your face as presenter will help the audience connect with you. Many people do not realize that strong light sources, such as a window, behind them will turn their faces dark and grainy. Be careful to have light in front of you and not behind you
Send in photo and summary of your presentation. If you are interested, you could even send in a 30 second video clip “teaser” of your presentation, but this is not required.
V-fairs platform allows for Q&A and polling, we encourage you to use these