PCDC Newsroom

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Welcome to the PCDC Newsroom where you’ll find up-to-date news regarding PCDC projects and announcements. For general media inquiries, contact:

Patrick Kwan, Senior Director of Advocacy and Communications
Mobile: (917) 309-9188
Email: pkwan@pcdc.org


Primary Care Innovation Circle Third Annual Summit Tackles Staggering Underinvestment in Primary Care

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Over 160 participants gathered Wednesday evening at the Primary Care Innovation Circle Third Annual Summit to take on the glaring underfunding of primary care. The event, titled Growing the Primary Care Share of Health Care Spending, was organized by the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) and held at the New York Academy of Sciences in …

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Primary Care Development Corporation, Capital One Bank Partner to Support Health Center Expansion in Dallas

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New Markets Tax Credit Partnership Leverages HRSA Grant for Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic With roughly 39 percent of its residents uninsured, the community of Southwest Dallas, Texas is in desperate need of primary care. Many providers in the community either won’t take uninsured patients or have long waiting lists. To address these challenges, Los …

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Primary Care Development Corporation Applauds de Blasio “Caring Neighborhoods” Initiative

Categories: Policy, Press Release
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The Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) applauds the de Blasio Administration’s $20 million Caring Neighborhoods initiative to address disparities in primary care access for over 100,000 residents living in underserved neighborhoods in New York City. PCDC worked closely with the Administration on this initiative, which provides critical funding and technical assistance to catalyze expansion of …

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“Who’s Going to Care?” Reveals Significant Challenges to Care Coordination and Care Management Workforce

Categories: Press Release, Technical Assistance
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July 22, 2015 (New York, NY) — “Who’s Going to Care? Analysis and Recommendations for Building New York’s Care Coordination and Care Management Workforce,” a new report by 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East (1199SEIU) and the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), finds significant challenges that threaten to undermine the care coordination and care management workforce …

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