PCDC Hosts ‘Culturally Responsive Health Care for LGBTQ Communities’ Webinar Series

Categories: Capacity Building, Other, PCDC News
PCDC led a free webinar series this month to help health care staff incorporate cultural responsiveness when working with LGBTQ communities. The three-part series is novel for its comprehensive “virtual” approach, with live interactive panel presentations on practical strategies for more inclusive care. The webinars — “Culturally Responsive Health Care for LGBTQ Communities,” “Collecting Sexual Orientation …

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6 Questions: PrEP and Primary Care

Categories: Capacity Building, PCDC News
A pillar of the Primary Care Development Corporation’s (PCDC) work is capacity building — transforming primary care delivery through expert consulting, training, and coaching, as well as expanding primary care services to help prevent diseases. A key player in this work is Brandon A. Harrison, a Project Manager and Trainer on PCDC’s High Impact Prevention …

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PCDC Awarded $900K to Help Improve Health Outcomes for People Living with HIV/AIDS

Categories: Capacity Building, PCDC News
With important ramifications for people living with HIV (PLWH), the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) has received $900K through a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) cooperative agreement to help build new business models for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program community organizations. The three-year “Sustainable Strategies for RWHAP Community Organizations” program will connect AIDS service organizations …

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PCDC Coaches Assist in NCQA PCMH 2017 Training

Categories: Capacity Building, PCDC News
PCDC played an instrumental role at a recent three-day training for Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) 2017 standards, bringing creativity and close familiarity with the subject matter. Hosted by the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA), the training at NYU drew more than 100 health professionals to learn more about the new standards, which were released …

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Q&A: How Primary Care Can Stop HIV – and How Health Centers Can Receive Free Assistance

Categories: Capacity Building
Integrating HIV screening into primary care has never been more critical. Advances in HIV diagnosis, treatment, and prevention promise to dramatically alter the course of HIV for individuals and communities — with HIV testing the gateway to these services. “For the first time since the onset of the epidemic, we can see an end to …

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