Research & Evidence

Patient-Centered Research to Improve Primary Care

PCC is a national, multi-stakeholder organization that offers a unique opportunity to create a powerful network to rapidly and effectively disseminate patient-centered research results. PCC has the foundation and ability to increase awareness of research and improve the dissemination of such results. This increased awareness and dissemination will drive clinical improvement and policy change, which in turn will help patients and those who care for them make better-informed healthcare choices.

As part of our position as a multi-stakeholder organization, we hope to present results in ways that are accessible and relevant to different stakeholders so that they can best be utilized. These resources can be used in shared decision-making, advocacy and policy work, and transforming clinical practice. When applied correctly, it is the hope of the PCC that research results will help us to achieve the quadruple aim.


A comparison of contemporary versus older studies of aspirin for primary prevention | November 2021
High Levels of Capitation Payments Needed to Shift Primary Care Toward Proactive Team and Nonvisit Care | November 2021
Effect of community health worker support on clinical outcomes of low-income patients across primary care facilities: a randomiz | November 2021
Evaluation of the Learning to Integrate Neighborhoods and Clinical Care Project: Findings from Implementing a New Lay Role into | November 2021
Association of Primary Care Physician Supply with Population Mortality in the United States, 2005-2015 | November 2021
Estimated Effect on Life Expectancy of Alleviating Primary Care Shortages in the United States | November 2021
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