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Primary Care Community Urges Congress to Allocate $5 Million for AHRQ’s CPCR
Coalition Letter on Improving Transparency for Innovation Center Models
Coalition Letter to Align 42 CFR Part 2 With HIPAA to Allow Appropriate Access to Patient Information That is Essential for Providing Whole-Person Care
Coalition Letter on Rising Health Costs and Value-Based Insurance Design
PCPCC Applauds Delaware Report Recommending Increased Investment in Primary Care
PCPCC's Top 10 Accomplishments in 2018 Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative
PCPCC Sends Senate Letter Urging Passage of the Comprehensive Care for Seniors Act: Legislation Would Strengthen Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) Programs
PCPCC Encourages Senate to Expand Access to High-Value Preventative Care : Legislation would expand pre-deductible coverage under high-deductible plans
PCPCC Comment Letter: Outpatient Prospective Payment and Ambulatory Surgical Center Payment Systems
PCPCC Highlights Key Priorities in Comments to CMS on the Physician Fee Schedule and Quality Payment Program Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative
PCPCC Applauds Delaware Law to Strengthen Primary Care Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative
PCPCC Comments on the Importance of Title X for Primary Care
PCPCC STATEMENT ON RISK ADJUSTMENT FUNDING
Coalition Letter on Promoting Interoperability and Electronic Health Care Information
Guest Commentary: Team-based healthcare offers proven path to improving Americans' mental health Modern Healthcare
PCPCC's Comments: Direct Provider Contracting Models - Request for Information Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative
PCPCC Expresses its Concern with Proposed Funding Reduction to CMMI Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative
PCPCC Joins More than 500 Organizations to Oppose CHIP Funding Reduction
PCPCC Signs Letter Urging Rapid Action to Stabilize Health Insurance Markets
Healthcare Coalition Calls on CMS to Maintain Leadership on Value-Based Payment

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