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Yuvo Health Partners With PCDC

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Yuvo Health Partners With Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) To Expand and Support Primary Care Access in Marginalized Communities Yuvo Health, a leading technology-enabled administrative and managed-care solution for community health centers, today announced a partnership with Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and national non-profit that aims to increase …

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Special PCDC Statement: Reproductive health care, including abortion, is an essential component of primary care

Categories: PCDC News, Policy, Press Release
Nearly 50 years ago, the Supreme Court of the United States held that women[1] have the right to decide whether and when to carry a pregnancy to term or to have an abortion. Today, the Supreme Court upended health care access for millions of people across this country, ruling that it no longer interprets the …

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Celebrating Primary Care Investment Passage in New York State

Categories: PCDC News, Policy
Last week, New York State took a monumental step toward increasing health equity and access to primary care for every New Yorker. Under the leadership of Assemblyman Richard Gottfried and Senator Gustavo Rivera, the Assembly and Senate passed A7230-B/S6534-C, a bill designed to help New York move towards a primary care-centered health care system, fostering a …

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Supporting Rural and Behavioral Health Providers in Pennsylvania

Categories: Investment
In the midst of a behavioral health crisis or a cancer diagnosis, traveling to a medical facility outside of the community – sometimes hours away from home – for care is the last hurdle a patient needs. But in rural communities, like Huntingdon, Pennsylvania where integrated care is lacking and approximately 96% of oncology services …

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Responding to Health Care Needs for Unhoused People in California

Categories: Investment
Primary care is the cornerstone of healthy, thriving communities, but in Santa Cruz, California, approximately 11,000 adults lack a reliable source of care. Santa Cruz Community Health Centers (SCCHC) is taking important steps forward in responding to these growing health care needs among the unhoused people in their community. Recently, the Primary Care Development Corporation …

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