Behind the ‘Rural Access’ Report: Q&A with Mary Ford

Categories: Analytics, Other
PCDC has been a prominent voice in spotlighting rural access to primary care in New York State, through both recent testimony and newly released findings. Leading this research is Mary Ford, MS, Director of Evaluation and Analytics, who authored the “Rural Access to Primary Care in New York State” report. Among its findings: While New York …

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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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Corporate Circle Sponsor Feature: Managing Aging Parents’ Substance Misuse & Abuse

Categories: Other
The following is a guest post from WellCare, as part of PCDC’s periodic spotlight of our generous Corporate Sponsors. When it comes to having “the talk” about the risks and dangers of drugs and alcohol, parents understandably tend to focus on having that conversation with their kids. Increasingly, however, it seems parents need to be having this conversation …

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Corporate Circle Sponsor Feature: The Doctor Will ‘See’ You Now

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The following is a guest post from Custom Computer Specialists, Inc., as part of PCDC’s periodic spotlight of our generous Corporate Sponsors. It all started as an outlandish idea in 1924 where doctors would use robotic fingers and a projected video feed to examine patients from afar. By 2020, telehealth is projected to be a $34 billion …

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