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

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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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Louise Cohen Starts as New CEO of the Primary Care Development Corporation

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NEW YORK, NY (August 19, 2015) – Louise Cohen, MPH, starts this week as the new CEO of the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC). Ms. Cohen succeeds co-founder Ronda Kotelchuck, who retired last week after having led PCDC since 1993. “I am excited, and truly honored, to be leading PCDC,” said Ms. Cohen. “For over …

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

Categories: Capacity Building, Press Release
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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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$55M in tax credits goes to primary care

Categories: Investment, Press Release
The U.S. Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund has awarded the Primary Care Development Corp. $55 million in New Markets Tax Credit allocation. The award will help PCDC continue to invest in primary care in underserved communities throughout the country. PCDC is one of 76 community development entities to share in $3.5 billion in New …

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