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New Gala Website Helps PCDC Kick Off Season

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Spring is here, and that means PCDC’s Annual Spring Gala is around the corner! To help kick off the season, and share all the great updates about our honorees and sponsors, we have re-launched pcdcgala.org. There, you can learn about the three champions of primary care whom we are excited to be honoring – Dr. …

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Primary Care Roundup – March

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New York State Awards $87 Million in Capital for Community Health Centers In early March, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $87 million in funding for 37 community health center capital projects as part of a $1.5 billion in funding for health care facilities across New York State. See full list here. Evidence Grows for …

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Tackling Staggering Underinvestment in Primary Care

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Primary care accounts for 55 percent of all U.S. medical visits but receives only about five percent of health care spending, which threatens efforts to increase access and move to a value-based care delivery system. Over 160 participants gathered on March 9 at the Primary Care Innovation Circle Third Annual Summit to take on the glaring underfunding …

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Corporate Circle Continues to Grow

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Each year, PCDC hosts a multitude of programs designed to engage the primary care community in thoughtful discussion and transform the industry. These and other activities are made possible by PCDC’s Corporate Circle sponsors, who support PCDC’s mission to increase access to primary care for families in underserved communities. PCDC Corporate Circle sponsorships are available …

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What I learned About Increasing the Primary Care Spend

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A few weeks ago, I moderated a panel at our Primary Care Innovation Circle Annual Summit on how we can help primary care get the resources it needs to succeed. It was invigorating to share the room with so many people working in all aspects of primary care, and an honor to share the stage …

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