PCPCC Launches New Stakeholder Centers with Virtual Medical Home "Town Halls"

(WASHINGTON, DC) – Throughout the month of February the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC; www.pcpcc.org)  will hold virtual public forums to launch the work of its Stakeholder Centers, each led by thought leaders and medical home experts from unique disciplines that are dedicated to building support, knowledge, and public awareness for the patient-centered medical home.

“We are delighted to engage the public in these open forums to drive awareness for the medical home and help us define strategies for encouraging its widespread adoption,” said Marci Nielsen, PhD, MPH, PCPCC’s CEO.

Participation in a center's Quarterly Open Forum Call will allow stakeholders to:

  • Learn more about the Stakeholder Centers and their role within PCPCC
  • Hear directly from center co-chairs about goals and objectives for the coming year, such as publications, events, and other special projects
  • Engage in an interactive dialogue that solicits live feedback from participants through polling and facilitated discussion
  • Cast their vote about what they’d like to see from the center in the coming year.

Learn more about the PCPCC Stakeholder Centers.


About PCPCC: Founded in 2006, the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) has a mission to advance an effective and efficient health system built on a strong foundation of primary care and the patient-centered medical home (PCMH). The PCPCC achieves its mission through the work of its five Stakeholder Centers, led by executives and thought leaders from the medical home sector focused on issues of U.S. health care transformation through delivery reform, payment reform, patient engagement and benefit redesign.


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