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House Votes to Remove Federal Ban on National Patient ID Healthcare Innovation
Gov. Jay Inslee at WSU medical school: Primary care ‘fundamental’ The Spokesman-Review
PCORI Executive Director Joe V. Selby, MD, MPH, to Retire at Year's End PCORI
PCORI Board approves $45 million to support research on improving treatment of opioid use disorders, cancer pain, and enhancing prenatal care PCORI
PCORI Board approves $2.8 million to support implementation of findings from PCORI-funded research: Projects focus on sleep apnea and community health worker interventions PCORI
PCORI Board approves $3.8 million to support implementation of findings from PCORI-funded research: Projects focus on obesity and diabetes prevention interventions PCORI
Excitement, Caution and Unanswered Questions: A Look at CMS’s New Primary Care Models Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation
Telemedicine startup Doctor on Demand taps giant health partner to debut virtual primary care plan San Francisco Business Times
Innovaccer Launches AI Tool to Manage Social Determinants of Health Innovaccer
Medicaid expansion tied to fewer heart-related deaths, study finds CNN
The current devaluation of primary health care professionals The European Sting
Primary Care Physician Supply Associated With Population Mortality Cardiology Advisor
Should behavioral health patients be able to get treatment in primary care settings? Elnahal says, ‘Yes’ ROI New Jersey
More LSU Health medical grads staying in state and going into primary care NOLA
The Shared Principles of Primary Care: A Multistakeholder Initiative to Find a Common Voice Family Medicine
Filling The Primary Care Gap: Nurse Practitioners Hartford Courant
4 Reasons Why Onsite Primary Care is Mission-Critical for Senior Living Senior Housing News
Health Literacy Linked to Blood Pressure Medication Adherence Among Hispanics: Despite Connection, NYU Meyers and Columbia University School of Nursing Study Finds Troublingly Low Rates of Both Health Literacy and Medication Adherence NYU News, Publications and Facts
Health Literacy Linked to Blood Pressure Medication Adherence Among Hispanics: Despite Connection, NYU Meyers and Columbia University School of Nursing Study Finds Troublingly Low Rates of Both Health Literacy and Medication Adherence NYU News, Publications and Facts
Opinion: Community networks might help solve opioid epidemic Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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