Meeting Providers’ Care Coordination Needs Post-Covid-19

Categories: Client Spotlight, Technical Assistance
High-quality, coordinated primary care improves outcomes for everyone: patients, providers, and payers. This level of care requires excellent communication – providers are expected to build strong relationships with patients, keep patients engaged in care delivery, and coordinate patient needs. Training staff in these growing tasks has been difficult, as COVID-19 disrupted all aspects of in-person …

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A Creative Twist in Team-Based Care Training

Categories: Technical Assistance
PCDC’s team-based care training can take an unexpected turn, as internal medicine residents recently discovered at BronxCare Health System. To instill principles of team-based care and collaboration, participants were given an assortment of common household items — and instructed to build the tallest tower possible in 10 minutes. Participants completing a team-based care exercise designed by …

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“Who’s Going to Care?” Reveals Significant Challenges to Care Coordination and Care Management Workforce

Categories: Press Release, Technical Assistance

July 22, 2015 (New York, NY) — “Who’s Going to Care? Analysis and Recommendations for Building New York’s Care Coordination and Care Management Workforce,” a new report by 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East (1199SEIU) and the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), finds significant challenges that threaten to undermine the care coordination and care management workforce …

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