Chrysalis Workshop

A Chrysalis is a hard, outer case that protects an insect pupa as it transforms into a moth or butterfly. CCI serves as a protective covering for our clients by providing timely information and material that is vital in helping healthcare practices transform into vibrant, dynamic, sustainable practices in light of changes in reimbursement and quality requirements. We have developed a Chrysalis Workshop series where we endeavor to present different information at each setting that is timely and pertinent to the healthcare environment.

Upcoming Chrysalis Workshop

Chrysalis December 2018 Flier

Due to Hurricane Florence, we have had to reschedule our Chrysalis Workshop to Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at The River Center, Saluda Shoals Park in Columbia, SC. Please email Ellison Welton at if you would like to be registered to attend this free workshop.

Previous Workshops

Previously, we have held 8 workshops in different regions around the state of SC on a variety of topics. Some of the topics we presented are listed below:

May 10, 2018
Newberry Firehouse Conference Center
Newberry, SC
  • Leadership: Not Just for Leaders
    Jeff Cole, CEO and President, Jeff Cole Group
  • Identifying and Eliminating Barriers to Effective DSME and DPP Programs
    Michelle Stancil, Manager, Diabetes Self-Management Program, Greenville Health System
  • How Preventive Care Improves Quality of Life and Lowers Healthcare Costs of Elderly Patients
    Oscar Lovelace, MD, Founding Partner and President, Lovelace Family Medicine
If you attended this workshop, you are eligible to view these presentations. Please go to "Request Access" at the upper right hand corner of this screen and enter what you would like your login information to be. You will receive an email within 1 business day with notification that you can now access the presentations. Please use the login information that you had previously entered. If you experience any problems accessing these presentations, please email Ellison Welton, Provider Relations Coordinator, at
March 14, 2018
Cannon Centre,
Greer, SC
  • Success in a Risk Capable Roadmap, Sinopoli
  • The Use of Empathy and Proactive Communication to Foster Greater Patient Satisfaction, Wiederman
  • What Does the New 2017 Hypertension Guideline Mean for Clinicians and Patients?, Egan
  • What's New in DC and MACRA, Rutledge
December 6, 2017
Cooper River Room,
Mount Pleasant, SC
  • Target BP Recognition
  • Quality Improvement Tools with Jeff Cole
  • MACRA Metric Improvement Focus
September 14th 2017
Hilton Garden Inn, Columbia, SC
  • Opioid Abuse
  • 2018 MACRA Legislation
  • Quality and Process Improvement
  • PCMH Certification
May 16th 2017
Firehouse Conference Center, Newberry, SC
  • MACRA Successful Steps
  • Coding and Patient Risk Assessment
  • Adaptive Reserve and Waste Busters
  • DART: Diabetes QI Project
  • How Work Gets Done with Activity
March 1st 2017
Country Club of South Carolina, Florence, SC
  • Cardiovascular Disease 1992-present
  • Treatment Resistant Hypertension
  • Opportunities in Population Health
  • Process Improvement with Activity
  • Putting MACRA into Action
December 6th 2016
Cooper River Room, Mt. Pleasant, SC
  • Overview of QPP and Impact of the Election
  • Selecting Specific Quality Metrics
  • CCI Monthly Feedback Reports
  • QI Activities and Provider Engagement
September 14th 2016
Inn at USC Wyndham Garden, Columbia, SC
  • Understanding Macra, MIPS, and Advanced APMs
  • An Overview of MAP QI Project
  • Performance Report Offerings
  • SC PHASE Summary

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