2017 I-PrACTISE Conference

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The International Collaborative for Improving Primary Care Through Industrial and Systems Engineering (I-PrACTISE) held its annual meeting in Madison, WI April 9-11, 2017 at the Pyle Center.


Conference Videos

Joy in Medicine

Christine Sinsky, MD FACP gives a talk at the 2017 I-PrACTISE Conference in Madison, WI.

How Communication Networks Affect Quality of Care Outcomes

Marlon Mundt, PhD and Matthew Swedlund, MD discuss their research on communication networks in primary care clinics.

Measuring Workload in Primary Care

Hari Balasubramanian, PhD presents at the 2017 I-PrACTICE Conference in Madison, WI.

The Science of High-Performing Primary Care

Thomas Bodenheimer, MD, MPH gives a talk at the 2017 I-PrACTISE Conference in Madison, WI.

The View From the “C-Suite”

Peter Sanderson, MD MBA presents at the 2017 I-PrACTISE Conference in Madison, WI.

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Conference Schedule


Location & Accommodations

pyle-lowellConference is held:
The Pyle Center
702 Langdon St.
Madison, WI 53706
608/262-1122

Lodging at:
The Lowell Center
610 Langdon St.
Madison, WI

  • call (866) 301-1753 toll-free
  • contact The Lowell Center Guest Services at the Front Desk: (608) 256-2621
  • Email: lowell@ecc.uwex.edu.
  • 610 Langdon Street, Madison, WI 53706

A valid credit card is required to book a room. When you make your reservation, please include any special requests such as accessibility needs for persons with disabilities, state-rate qualifications, or parking permits. For safety and security purposes, please don’t include credit card numbers in any e-mail correspondence.

Check-In time is 3:00 p.m. Check-out is 11:00 a.m.

Canceling Your Reservation Policy: At no charge, you may cancel your room by 6:00 p.m. the day before your check-in date.

Conference attendee- Group: I-PrACTISE

You may also use our online reservation system: Group Reservations


About the Conference

This collaborative, which was started by the late Ben-Tzion Karsh, Ph.D., has brought together primary care clinicians and industrial engineers over a 14 year period to use the tools and methods of engineering to improve the quality of primary care while improving the quality of work life for clinicians and staff.