PCDC Comments on New York’s 1115 Waiver Programs

Categories: Policy
In a public forum comment on New York’s 1115 Waiver Programs, PCDC underscores that Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program Performing Provider Systems (PPS) funds have yet to sufficiently flow to support DSRIP primary care goals. PCDC also emphasized the increase in primary care practices achieving NCQA Level 3 recognition should be applauded — as …

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Board Member Gary Jacobs Named President of Village@Home, VillageMD

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PCDC Board member Gary M. Jacobs, MPA, has been appointed President of Village@Home, an extension of the physician-led, team-based platform developed by VillageMD, a national provider of primary care. In his new role, Jacobs will “lead and accelerate the expansion of Village@Home to physician groups, hospital systems, and health plans nationwide,” according to VillageMD. “I’m excited to …

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Corporate Circle: A Milestone Year

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PCDC reflects on this momentous milestone year
Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) was founded in 1993 as a conduit to provide high-quality and culturally competent primary care to New York City’s underserved communities. Twenty-five years later, our multidimensional approach to primary care has been replicated in more than 40 states through a combination of capacity building, financing, and advocacy efforts. As we …

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Staff Spotlight: HIV Prevention in Action

Categories: Capacity Building
On the frontline of PCDC’s HIV prevention work is Judy Lipshutz, MSW, RN, a Senior Project Manager with the High Impact Prevention (HIP) in Health Care team. Lipshutz is responsible for providing training and technical assistance to health care organizations across the country. Before joining PCDC in 2017, she was a prominent leader in developing …

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PCDC Comments on Proposed CRA Changes

Categories: Policy
PCDC recently commented on proposed revisions to the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), the federal law that requires banks to meet the credit needs of surrounding communities, particularly low- and moderate-income neighborhoods. “Changes to the CRA regulatory framework could have a significant impact on the community development financial institution (CDFI) industry’s capacity to lend and invest …

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