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9/29NYS Policy Briefing: Primary Care, COVID-19, and Community Health​​​​​​
10/1NYS Informational Webinar and Q&A on PCDC-CHCANYS COVID-19 Community Health Care Resiliency Fund
10/2NYC Maximizing the Delivery of Telehealth Services: mHealth, Workflow Considerations, Reimbursement, and Webside Manner
10/5HIV Testing in Emergency Departments
10/14CA Introduction to Trauma, Trauma-Informed Care & ACEs for Small Practices
11/11CA Setting the Stage for ACEs Screening and Trauma-Informed Care in Small Practices: The Physical Environment & The Front Desk
11/18 PCDC 2020 Virtual Gala: Building Health Equity
12/17CA The Clinical Encounter: Exams, Tests & Procedures
1/14CA Screening and Responding to ACEs & Trauma
2/18CA Staff Wellness, Vicarious Trauma & Burnout: Is it Real? What are the Differences?
3/18CA Special topic TBD based on feedback during the first 5 webinars


Live Q&A Session: HRSA Health Center Facility Loan Guarantee Program

Tuesday, September 22, 2020
2p.m. to 3p.m.

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PCDC is the Lender Coordinator for the HRSA Health Center Facility Loan Guarantee Program (LGP), which can guarantee more than $880 million in new loans to health centers. Join PCDC’s Nancy Lager and HRSA staff for a live session to answer your questions and get more information about the program.

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Primary Care, COVID-19, and Community Health: A Special Briefing for New York State Policymakers and Stakeholders

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
2p.m. to 3p.m.

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Speakers:
Louise Cohen
, MPH – @LouiseCohen
CEO, Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC)
Richard Gottfried @DickGottfried
Chair, New York State Assembly Health Committee
Additional Speakers TBA

As New York continues to reopen, New Yorkers are struggling more than ever to access the essential primary health care services they need to stay healthy. Join the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), Assembly Health Committee Chair Richard Gottfried, community health providers, and policy leaders in a special policy briefing on how COVID-19 has exacerbated health disparities and increased challenges to accessing and delivering primary care services including vaccinations, disease screening and management, and other preventive care. The conversation will provide insights into key policy strategies to make smart investments in primary care to keep our communities healthy while increasing health care affordability and access as New York emerges from the pandemic.

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

Thursday, October 1, 2020
2p.m. to 3p.m.

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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. Join Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) and Community Health Care Association of New York State (CHCANYS) for this live webinar to 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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Maximizing the Delivery of Telehealth Services: mHealth, Workflow Considerations, Reimbursement, and Webside Manner

Friday, October 2, 2020
12p.m.

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The COVID-19 public health crisis has had an unprecedented impact on primary care practices across the country and throughout New York City. This free 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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Ending the HIV Epidemic Webinar: HIV Testing in Emergency Departments (EDs)

Monday, October 5, 2020
1p.m. to 2p.m.

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Please join PCDC’s High Impact Prevention (HIP) team for a free webinar on the critical importance of HIV testing. Designed for multi-disciplinary staff providing HIV testing in clinical settings, participants will:

• Understand the importance of routine HIV testing in EDs
• Describe implementation of HIV testing in EDs
• Discuss HIV referral and follow-up from the ED
• Identify barriers to HIV testing in EDs
• Compare and contrast HIV testing approaches in EDs that can address barriers to routine HIV testing

This one-hour webinar will review important research supporting HIV testing in EDs, explore barriers to HIV testing, and discuss implementation models and strategies based on resources and setting. The webinar will utilize a case-based approach and include interactive polling. The webinar will be moderated by PCDC HIP team and include Dr. Jason Zucker, MD as the main presenter:

Jason Zucker MD, New York Presbyterian Hospital – his clinical and research interests focus on sexual health and improving prevention and treatment for adolescents and young adults living with, or at risk for, HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

(Webinar presenters will remain online for an additional half hour to answer audience questions and help participants identify potential capacity building needs.)

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Introduction to Trauma, Trauma-Informed Care & ACEs for Small Practices

Wednesday, October 14, 2020
12p.m. to 2p.m. PT

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Small and medium primary care practices are fundamental in providing medical and behavioral health services in California. This free webinar is one of a six-part interactive webinar series to guide participants through screening for ACEs and providing trauma-informed care from a small practice perspective. For more information, please visit http://pcdc.org/aceswebinars

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Setting the Stage for ACEs Screening and Trauma-Informed Care in Small Practices: The Physical Environment & The Front Desk

Wednesday, November 11, 2020
12p.m. to 2p.m. PT

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Small and medium primary care practices are fundamental in providing medical and behavioral health services in California. This free webinar is one of a six-part interactive webinar series to guide participants through screening for ACEs and providing trauma-informed care from a small practice perspective. For more information, please visit http://pcdc.org/aceswebinars

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The Clinical Encounter: Exams, Tests & Procedures

Thursday, December 17, 2020
12p.m. to 2p.m. PT

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Small and medium primary care practices are fundamental in providing medical and behavioral health services in California. This free webinar is one of a six-part interactive webinar series to guide participants through screening for ACEs and providing trauma-informed care from a small practice perspective. For more information, please visit http://pcdc.org/aceswebinars

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Screening and Responding to ACEs & Trauma

Thursday, January 14, 2021
12p.m. to 2p.m. PT

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Small and medium primary care practices are fundamental in providing medical and behavioral health services in California. This free webinar is one of a six-part interactive webinar series to guide participants through screening for ACEs and providing trauma-informed care from a small practice perspective. For more information, please visit http://pcdc.org/aceswebinars

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Staff Wellness, Vicarious Trauma & Burnout: Is it Real? What are the Differences?

Thursday, February 18, 2021
12p.m. to 2p.m. PT

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Small and medium primary care practices are fundamental in providing medical and behavioral health services in California. This free webinar is one of a six-part interactive webinar series to guide participants through screening for ACEs and providing trauma-informed care from a small practice perspective. For more information, please visit http://pcdc.org/aceswebinars

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Special topic TBD based on feedback during the first 5 webinars

Thursday, March 18, 2021
12p.m. to 2p.m. PT

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Small and medium primary care practices are fundamental in providing medical and behavioral health services in California. This free webinar is one of a six-part interactive webinar series to guide participants through screening for ACEs and providing trauma-informed care from a small practice perspective. For more information, please visit http://pcdc.org/aceswebinars

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Past Webinars

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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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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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 the 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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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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