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10/14 Honoring Our Roots as We Fight HIV // Honrando Nuestras Raíces Mientras Luchamos en Contra del VIH
10/29Driving Integrated Health at Your Organization: Quality Improvement and Foundational Factors that Lead to Success
11/9 PCDC 2021 Primary Care Summit and Gala – Closing the Equity Gap: Intentional Investing in Primary Care


Honoring Our Roots as We Fight HIV // Honrando Nuestras Raíces Mientras Luchamos en Contra del VIH

Thursday, October 14, 2021
2p.m to 3p.m. EST

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A collaboration between Northeast/Caribbean AIDS Education & Training Center and Primary Care Development Corporation. We will have a conversation with special guest about HIV prevention services in the times of COVID.

Una colaboración entre Northeast/Caribbean AIDS Education & Training Center y Primary Care Development Corporation. Tendremos un conversación con invitados especiales sobre servicios de prevención del VIH en tiempos de COVID.

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Driving Integrated Health at Your Organization: Quality Improvement and Foundational Factors that Lead to Success

Friday, October 29, 2021
2p.m to 3:30p.m. EST

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Interested in getting answers about how to create and maintain a successful integrated health practice? On October 29th at 2PM, PCDC will feature three experts in the integrated health field who are “tired of the buzzwords” and just want to ensure you are equipped with the information needed to navigate quality improvement measures (and use them to your advantage), overcome state level policy barriers, and jump through patient health information hoops. Don’t miss this first webinar in our quarterly “Integration at Work” learning series, which is free and open to all.

Speakers:

Amy G. Breyer, LCSW, CPC-A, PCMH CCE, Senior Program Manager, PCDC
Deborah Johnson Ingram, MPH, Senior Director, PCDC
Maia Bhirud Morse, MPH, CPC-A, Senior Program Manager, PCDC

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PCDC 2021 Primary Care Summit and Gala
Closing the Equity Gap:
Intentional Investing in Primary Care

Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Summit: 4p.m. to 5p.m. ET
Gala: 5p.m. to 8p.m. ET

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Primary care is transformational – and a cornerstone of healthy communities. But many communities, largely made up of low-income households and people of color, have insufficient access to high-quality, affordable, culturally competent primary care. Together, we can address this problem. PCDC has led the way by investing over $1.3B into communities across the United States.

Please join us at PCDC’s virtual Summit featuring national policy leaders discussing how community investment in primary care can help close the equity gap (speakers to be announced shortly). And afterwards, for those in the New York City area, we invite you to join us in person at our Gala!

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Past Webinars

Maximizing the Delivery of Telehealth Services: mHealth, Workflow Considerations, Reimbursement, and Webside Manner

The COVID-19 public health crisis has had an unprecedented impact on primary care practices across the country and throughout New York City. This webinar is the first of a four-part series to support primary care practices across New York City as they adjust their processes to best respond to the needs of their patients during this challenging time.

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Expanding and Enhancing Primary Care: A Pathway to COVID-19 Recovery

Primary care is the foundation of a high-functioning, high-quality and equitable health care system. Research shows that increased access to primary care is associated with fewer hospital visits, emergency department visits, and surgeries. Yet, primary care represents only an estimated 5–7% of health care spending in the United States.

At the same time, the neighborhoods hardest hit by COVID-19 – those with a higher proportion of patients of color and low-income residents and higher rates of chronic disease – are the same neighborhoods that have poor access to primary care. The need for primary care is expected to increase significantly following the pandemic, particularly in the communities with disparities in acute and chronic illness.

Many are calling for a stronger role for primary care in ‘building back better’ a high-quality, affordable, and accessible health care system. Join us for an online discussion with Maura Harris, MPH, Policy and Advocacy Manager, Primary Care Development Corporation to learn more about how increasing access to primary care can be a pathway to COVID-19 recovery.

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Targeting High Risk Clinical Populations for Early Access

The COVID-19 public health crisis has had an unprecedented impact on primary care practices across the country and throughout New York City. The Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) is offering a four-part webinar series to support primary care practices across New York City as they adjust their processes to best respond to the needs of their patients during this challenging time.

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Remembering…Yet Thriving

In commemoration of Transgender Awareness Week and Transgender Day of Remembrance, PCDC hosted an important and timely conversation about the health and wellbeing of the Transgender Community.

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We’re in This Together

Speakers:
Nina Barkers, AMAAD Institute
Courtney Johnson, Ryan Health
Michelle Lopez, GMHC
Renae Taylor, Transcend Memphis
TY Williams, D.C. Department of Health/Damien Ministries

Primary Care Development Corporation and the New England AIDS Education and Training Center gathered with a panel of key community members to discuss HIV in the context of the overall state of health inequities in Black communities.

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My Test, My Way: Lessons Learned and Innovations in HIV Testing

Speakers:

Chelsea Betlow, New Jersey Department of Health
Gary Daffin, Multicultural AIDS Coalition (Boston, MA)
Venesha Heron, MS, Connecticut Department of Public Health
Matt Murphy, MD, MPH, Open Door Health (Providence, RI)
Bobby Thompson, U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Health

June 5, 2021 marked the 40 year anniversary of CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) describing the first cases of a rare pneumonia among five men in Los Angeles, marking the first official reporting of what would later become known as HIV/AIDS. Since then, we have lost 32 million to the virus and 38 million are currently living with HIV globally.

Since 1981, we’ve witnessed many advancements in medicine and technology and today, the end of this pandemic is in sight. However, we’ve recently had to put our creativity and innovation to the test— while we are in the midst of ending HIV we were caught off guard with COVID-19. As a result, many health departments, community based organizations and health centers had to identify new ways to provide HIV prevention services, care and treatment. We will not give up on the fight. We now KNOW how effective HIV testing, PrEP/PEP and ART can be in eliminating new HIV infections, but we must continue digging away at stigma and the social and structural barriers that keep people from engaging in care. We must recommit ourselves to eliminating racism, homophobia, and transphobia in health care, and move towards health equity for all.

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HIV Testing: 5 Things You Need to Know

PCDC and the Northeast/Caribbean AIDS Education and Training Center AETC discussed HIV testing as part of the fight against HIV. The webinar was facilitated completely in Spanish.

Únase a los equipos de Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC/HIP) y el AIDS Education Training Center (AETC) del Caribe a participar en un webinar en ESPAÑOL sobre la importancia fundamental de las pruebas del VIH.

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Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Webinar

Clients you serve may be experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV). But has COVID-19 shifted ways to identify IPV and provide care for survivors? This webinar will share the latest information on recognizing IPV and adapting those practices within our “new normal,” including how to utilize screening tools, responsive approaches, and engaging with survivors. Featuring an expert from the IPV field in New York City with years of experience supporting survivors and training health care providers, law enforcement, and social service teams on their respective roles, be sure to join this timely webinar.

100 CMEs will be provided on a first come basis to eligible providers including nurses, physicians, pharmacists, social workers, psychologists, and case managers at no cost. Click here for more information.

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Informational Webinar and Q&A on PCDC-CHCANYS COVID-19 Community Health Care Resiliency Fund

The new COVID-19 Community Health Care Resiliency Fund provides flexible, low-cost working capital loans and customized technical assistance to community health centers in New York State. Click below to watch the webinar and learn more about how the $10 million fund and technical assistance can help health centers make the investments and operational enhancements needed to serve their communities through the COVID-19 crisis and recovery. Applications for loan capital and technical assistance are accepted at http://pcdc.org/covid19fund from October 1 to 30, 2020.

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City & State: The State of Health Care in New York

New York’s health systems and services have been turned upside down this year with COVID 19. The health facilities became overrun and staff overwhelmed, issues with insurance emerged and various health services could barely keep up with the demand. Technology has become a bigger factor in terms of telehealth and telemedicine, electronic processing, shared data, etc. This panel discusses forward-looking measures that are happening right now such as controlling the spread of the pandemic through tracing, as well as how New York has and will respond to future urgent health crises, best practices for data security, and so much more.

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City & State: Virtual Healthy New York Summit

The Coronavirus Pandemic shook up New York like almost no other health crisis in recent history. City & State’s Virtual Healthy New York Summit brings together health care decision makers and policy experts from all sectors to identify challenges and discuss solutions to improve our system. Attendees gain new insights and perspectives on the most critical issues and priorities in New York health care during and post the pandemic.

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PCDC Virtual Town Hall: The Impact of COVID-19 on Health Care Providers and Organizations

Watch Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC)’s 90-minute June 23, 2020 Virtual Town Hall on the impact of COVID-19 on health care providers and organizations. This global crisis has placed an unprecedented strain on our systems of care. Each day, providers (including all levels of health care staff), are asked to manage challenges and develop creative solutions for providing continuity of care in the context of the pandemic. The Town Hall provided a forum for providers to share information and ideas for making complex decisions, integrating rapidly changing clinical guidelines, exploring the impact of health disparities on health outcomes, addressing staff burnout, and sustaining health center operations.

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Reporting on Primary Care Access and Equity Across New York City Council Districts

Speakers:

Mary Ford, MS, Director, Evaluation and Analytics
Maura Harris, MPH, Policy and Advocacy Manager
Kirsten Weisbeck, MPH, Health Research Analyst

With financial support from the New York City Council, the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) produced an FY21 report, Primary Care Access and Equity in New York’s City Council Districts.

PCDC’s Evaluation and Analytics team reviewed key findings within the report, including the relationship between access to primary care and the severe impact of COVID-19 across the city. PCDC’s Policy and Advocacy team discussed several policy recommendations for Council Members, policy makers, and primary care advocates to consider to increase primary care access and equity across the city.

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Planning for Your American Rescue Plan (ARPA) Funding

Speakers:

Bonni Brownlee, Senior Consultant, Healthcare Solutions Division, Advocates for Human Potential
David Desai-Ramirez, Senior Director, Western Region Market Leader, Primary Care Development Corporation
Patrick Gauthier, Director Healthcare Solutions, Advocates for Human Potential
Isaac Kastenbaum, Vice President, Primary Care Development Corporation

The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) recently announced new rounds of funding for Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and provider organizations with $1 billion being allocated for HRSA-Health Center Program funded FQHCs to support major construction and renovation projects. Read more in the official announcement.

Additionally, $150 million was recently allocated for FQHC Look-Alikes (LALs) to support COVID-19 mitigation efforts, including vaccinations, testing, and other health services. View the official announcement impacting LALs.

PCDC and Advocates for Human Potential hosted a workshop on how to organize your organization’s COVID-19 response and recovery efforts over the next two years. Participants were provided brief overview of the reporting requirements for the HRSA funds, tangible tools to organize their internal planning efforts, and guidance on other complementary sources of capital.

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Expert Conversations: An Interview on Primary Care and the National Sleep Research Plan with Dr. Marishka Brown

Speaker:

Marishka K. Brown, PhD, Director of the National Center for Sleep Disorders Research

Primary Care Development Corporation hosted an Expert Conversation with Dr. Marishka Brown, Director of the National Center for Sleep Disorders Research, to discuss opportunities for addressing sleep in primary care and learn about how primary care providers can engage in the newly revised national Sleep Research Plan to help shape the sleep of the nation.

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Solving for Sleep SAMHSA Webinar Series

In a year-long virtual initiative, Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), in collaboration the SAMHSA Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions, is engaging in series focused on addressing sleep and related social and health needs through enhancing integrated primary and behavioral health care. Watch the recordings below for live virtual learning opportunities, free tools and resources, and linkage to experts in the field.

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Screening for and Addressing ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Webinar Series

In a six-part webinar series, Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) and special guests guide participants through screening for ACEs and providing trauma-informed care from a small practice perspective. Watch the recordings below for conversations on challenges small and medium practices face in incorporating new screenings and programs.

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Primary Care in COVID-19 Relief, Response, Resiliency Webinar Series

In a three-part webinar series, Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) and special guests discussed COVID-19’s impact on the primary care sector and what primary care’s role should be in COVID-19 relief, response, and resiliency. Watch the recordings below for conversations on current challenges in primary care delivery and what primary care needs to sustain essential services going forward and reopen even stronger.

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Crain’s Health Pulse: Life After COVID-19: How the Pandemic Will Change Health Care

As the health care community wrestles with arguably the most devastating outbreak in its history, the question arises: What long-term effects will COVID-19 have on health care in the tri-state area? In this special Crain’s Health Pulse event co-sponsored by PCDC, top health care professionals discuss their biggest takeaways from the pandemic and what they foresee happening in the future. Moderated by Crain’s New York Business publisher, speakers include: Dr. Oxiris Barbot, NYC DOHMH Commissioner, Louise Cohen, PCDC Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Jacqueline Delmont, SOMOS Chief Medical Officer, Karen Ignagni, Chief Executive Officer, EmblemHealth, Dr. Adam Reed Stracher, Chief Medical Officer, Weill Cornell Physician Organization.

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Crain’s Health Pulse: What COVID-19 Taught us about Underserved Communities in Health Care

Covid-19 has disproportionately impacted Black and Hispanic who have suffered higher rates of infection and mortality. These alarming trends showcase how essential it is to address gaps in health care. This webcast will discuss the pressing need to collect and evaluate Covid-19 data to ensure everyone has access to the resources they need, as well as better insight into how to meet the needs of certain communities. Discussion will focus on how modifications are crucial to support all individuals and building bridges and trust is the key to building healthy communities.

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An Integrative Approach to Addressing Diabetes Learning Series

With over 100 million Americans living with diabetes, more providers than ever before recognize chronic disease screening and management as a best practice of integrated primary and behavioral health care.

In this free virtual learning series by Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions, national experts provide guidance through seven multifaceted sessions — each addressing a different aspect of team-based care to improve diabetes screening and management. Topics range from behavioral treatment to reimbursement to operational decision making.

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COVID-19 Telehealth and Telemedicine Webinar Series

Telehealth and telemedicine technologies are being increasingly embraced by physicians, healthcare organizations, and hospitals. This webinar series offers insights on how practices can implement computing technology to serve their most vulnerable patients. Topics covered include documentation requirements, patient perspectives, mobile health technologies, and communications styles conducive to telehealth.

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