Recent Thought Leadership by PCC

And Recent Mentions of PCC in the Media

Primary Care’s Role in COVID Vaccines

"White House, state officials scramble to get docs’ help with lagging vaccination effort" is a May 9 article in POLITICO that Ann Greiner, PCC president and CEO, was quoted in.

"To raise COVID vaccination rates, rely on primary care physicians" is an opinion article in Fortune that that cites COVID survey data by the PCC and the Larry A. Green Center.

To broaden vaccine access, Maryland turns to doctors’ offices” is a March 30 article in the Washington Post that Ann Greiner, PCC president and CEO, was quoted in and that leverages COVID survey data by the PCC and the Larry A. Green Center.

"Local doctors push for bigger role as vaccinations enter new phase" is an April 25 article in The Hill that cites the PCC's regular COVID survey with the Larry A. Green Center.

Telehealth's Future in Primary Care

 “Beyond COVID” in Medical Economics considers the future of telehealth and primary care payment reform post-pandemic and quotes many PCC members and the PCC.

Primary Care Payment Reform in New England Journal of Medicine

"Reform of Payment for Primary Care — From Evolution to Revolution" — co-authored by Allan H. Goroll, MD, Stephen C. Schoenbaum, MD, MPH, and Ann Greiner, PCC president and CEO — is timely as we anticipate new CMMI models and renewed interest in primary care payment reform. Payment policy is also a focus of the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine report that was released on May 4.

PCC and PBGH Write About Primary Care in STAT

Building back better requires strengthening primary care” by Elizabeth Mitchell, president and CEO of the Purchaser Business Group on Health, a PCC Executive Member, and Ann Greiner, PCC president and CEO. The article was published in First Opinion on STAT on March 26 and stresses that we need to change how we pay and how much we pay primary care.

Articles on Primary Care's Key Role in Closing Care Gaps for Women

An article and an editorial in Women’s Health Issues focus on gaps that contribute to preventable maternal deaths and chronic illness, especially for women of color:

The agenda comes as Congress considers legislation to tackle huge racial inequities in maternal health. The broad coalition that formulated the agenda includes PCC members — Black Women’s Health Imperative, Mathematica, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians — and is led by the BU Schools of Public Health and Medicine.


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