Latest PCDC News

PCDC Receives $10 Million Impact Investment to Help Close Primary Health Care Deficit in Underserved Communities

Categories: Investment, PCDC News, Press Release
Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) announced receiving a $10 million donation from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, a catalytic investment to strengthen primary care and build health equity. “Primary care is underfunded and unavailable to many. This lack of access and investment in primary care and prevention has left many communities especially vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic,” …

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PCDC: Prioritizing Health Coverage and Health Care for Incoming Biden-Harris Administration

Categories: PCDC News, Policy, Press Release
PCDC recently signed on to a letter led by Families USA addressed to the Biden-Harris Transition Team urging the incoming administration to prioritize health and health care immediately upon taking office and outlining key priorities. Over 320 diverse organizations joined PCDC in signing on, representing all 50 states and Washington, D.C. The letter outlined four …

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PCDC Clinical and Quality Partners: A New Identity for Changing Times

Categories: PCDC News, Technical Assistance
This week, Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) announced the Clinical and Quality Partners, a new identity for what was previously known as PCDC’s Performance Improvement team. The new name goes beyond semantics, says Isaac Kastenbaum [pictured], the team’s Vice President, who joined PCDC earlier this year. In a recent conversation, Kastenbaum talked about the importance of his …

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5 Reasons Why Small Practices are Perfectly Positioned to Address Trauma

Categories: Technical Assistance
Small primary care practices are fundamental in providing medical and behavioral health services in California. They are often the sole providers in low-income areas where many are uninsured and underinsured. With limited resources, small practices are benefitting from creative and meaningful solutions to implementing new programs and screenings. To support small practices in screening for …

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PCDC Testimony: Support the Integration of OMH and OASAS in New York State

Categories: Policy
Combining the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) and the New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) into a single agency will benefit New Yorkers by providing unified behavioral health services. The testimony identifies the importance of combining both state agencies, which would ultimately improve access especially for underserved communities …

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