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A special project led with support from the Education and Training Task Force, the PCPCC's collection of Patient Centered Primary Care Training Programs is a searchable online database of over 130 training programs from academic and training institutions throughout the United States. The database includes programs that are supporting students, resident, clinicians and health professionals in their efforts to deliver primary care that is patient-centered, interprofessional and collaborative.
The database is designed to provide visitors with detailed information about existing training programs, including their host organizations, formal curricula, educational components, and core competencies. The database can be used by professionals across all disciplines to learn more about innovative models that support team-based training within emerging delivery models such as patient-centered medical homes (PCMH) and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs).
Programs included in the database provided responses to the PCPCC's online survey, which was launched in spring 2013 through a request to our broad network of members and supporters. This database is not an exhaustive list of education and training programs and inclusion does not constitute an endorsement from the PCPCC. New program summaries and updates will be added on a continuous basis; please check back regularly to access the latest updates.
If you wish to submit your training program to this database, please follow this link, www.pcpcc.org/node/add/training-programs. For any issues or questions about submitting a program please contact Amanda Holt, [email protected]for further instruction.
Please note: Information contained in this database is self-reported by representatives from each program. It does not represent an exhaustive list of education and training programs and inclusion does not constitute an endorsement from the PCPCC.