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Primary Care Administering More Vaccines as Mass Immunizations Accelerate

Yet Clinicians Say Their Mental Exhaustion Levels Are at All-Time High
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PCC

Survey Shows Patients and Clinicians Want Primary Care More Involved in Mass Vaccination Efforts

Clinicians Report that Primary Care is Still Largely Being Sidelined
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PCC

Bipartisan Policy Center to Release New Report on Integration of Behavioral Health and Primary Care

Public is Invited to Attend March 31 Online Report Release and Briefing

In addition to PCC’s new report on the integration of oral health and primary care, which will be released March 31 at an online briefing (information and registration), the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) is also releasing a new report on the same day on the integration with primary care of another critical area: behavioral health.

Survey Shows Primary Care is Willing to Distribute Vaccines Widely and Equitably

Primary Care Offers Assets, Including Experience and Relationships with Patients
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PCC

Primary Care Remains Untapped as U.S. Struggles to Administer COVID-19 Vaccines

Recent survey shows vast majority of clinicians believe primary care should support vaccine distribution, however, majority of practices face ongoing obstacles
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PCC

Primary Care is Key to COVID-19 Vaccine Dissemination but is Left Out So Far

Vaccine Rollout Offers Hope, But Primary Care’s Capacity is Compromised
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PCC

As Pandemic Surges, Evidence Emerges of Failure to Invest in Primary Care

Majority of Practices Have Contracted While Patient Health and Social Burdens Grow
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PCC

Patient Health Declining, New Primary Care Survey Shows

Practices Also Burdened With Unresolved Challenges From Earlier Pandemic Surge
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PCC

New Primary Care Survey Results Show Patients’ Physical and Mental Health Declining

Primary Care System is Buckling, Compromising Its Ability to Handle Challenges
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PCPCC

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and The American Cancer Society is urging women to talk to their doctors to find out what's best for them

Breast Cancer Screening is Still Important During the COVID-19 Pandemic

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, elective medical procedures, including cancer screening, were largely put on hold to prioritize urgent needs and reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19 in healthcare settings. One consequence of this has been a substantial decline in cancer screening.

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