How Physician Practices Could Share Personnel And Resources To Support Medical Homes

To become a medical home, providing patients with comprehensive, coordinated primary care, practices need to meet multiple requirements. These include some form of round-the-clock access for patients; managing chronic or complex conditions; carrying out timely, clear communication between providers and patients; and engaging in continuous quality improvement. The recently enacted health reform law reinforces these requirements.

Recognizing & Incentivizing Behavioral Health Integration: What’s Next from Accreditors and Employers

Attendees heard from:
 
Moderator: Julie Schilz, BNS, MBA, Senior Director, Commercial Health Innovation, Mathematica
 
Panelists:
- Michael S. Barr, MD, MBA, MACP, Executive Vice President, Quality Measurement and Research, NCQA
- Shawn Griffin, MD, President and CEO, URAC
- Michael Thompson, President and CEO, National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions

Primary Care & COVID-19: Week 19 Survey

Corona Virus

Check back weekly for the latest survey results and updates.
For data from the previous survey, see Week 18 Results.

Who replied to the survey in Week 19?

The Primary Care Collaborative is partnering with the Larry A. Green Center to regularly survey primary care clinicians and patients to better understand the impact of COVID-19 in real time.

Primary Care & COVID-19: Week 18 Survey

Corona Virus

Check back weekly for the latest survey results and updates.
For data from the previous survey, see Week 17 Results.

Who replied to the survey in Week 18?

The Primary Care Collaborative is partnering with the Larry A. Green Center to regularly survey primary care clinicians and patients to better understand the impact of COVID-19 in real time.

Primary Care & COVID-19: Week 17 Survey

Corona Virus

Check back weekly for the latest survey results and updates.
For data from the previous survey, see Week 16 Results.

Who replied to the survey in Week 17?

The Primary Care Collaborative is partnering with the Larry A. Green Center to regularly survey primary care clinicians and patients to better understand the impact of COVID-19 in real time.

Morehouse School of Medicine Partners with U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to Combat COVID-19 and Advance Health Equity in Minority Communities

$40 Million Grant to Fund Health Equity Initiatives in Communities Hardest Hit by Pandemic

ATLANTA—June 23, 2020—Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) [a PCC Executive Member] was awarded a new $40 million grant to fight COVID-19 in racial and ethnic minority, rural and socially vulnerable communities by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Minority Health (OMH), the institution announced today.

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