PCC webinar: Technology and Advanced Primary Care

Technology is a key driver on the road to the future. But technology can bring primary care to some favorable and some unfavorable places. What is working to uphold the promise of advanced primary care captured in the Shared Principles of Primary Care? How might technology be undermining such promise? How is technology enhancing the quadruple aim, and where may it be getting in the way? How does equity factor in? How could better use of technology have helped primary care and public health during the pandemic?

A Lightning Round on the Hot Medical Home Issues of Today

A discussion among:

  • Rushika Fernandopulle, MD, MPP
  • Ann Greiner, MCP (Co-chair)
  • R. Shawn Martin (Co-chair)
  • Paul Grundy, MD, MPH, FACOEM, FACPM

PCC webinar: Primary Care: A Team Sport?

Ask any sports coach about working with a team, and they will tell you there are many considerations, including which skill sets to assemble and how to manage and motivate a group of people toward a common goal. Team-based care is one of the Shared Principles of Primary Care, PCC’s vision for advanced primary care, which more than 350 organizations have embraced, and a necessary feature to achieve comprehensiveness and equity, among other principles.

Recording of Event: Advanced Primary Care’s Role in Accountable Care Organization Performance

Two panels of thought leaders convened to discuss the clinical and policy implications of the relationship between advanced primary care and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). The research in the 2018 Evidence Report shows the six characteristics of successful ACOs align closely with the Shared Principles of Primary Care.

Presenters and Speakers Include:
  • Ann Greiner, President & Chief Executive Officer—The Primary Care Collaborative


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