PCC August Webinar

Do you want to improve access to high-value health care for rural and underserved communities? Experts discuseds key primary care payment and delivery strategies in Medicaid to enhance outcomes and equity. Their remarks keyed off a new PCC report that examines proven and promising practices for strengthening primary care in Medicaid, which is also informed by a diverse, expert committee convened by PCC.

PCC's September Webinar

A study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 202 that showed female primary care physicians (PCPs) were spending more time per patient per day in the clinic on average, billing fewer visits and generating 10% less visit revenue than male PCPs, controlling for other physician and patient characteristics. Female PCPs spent even more time than their male counterparts with patients who had two or more chronic conditions.

PCC webinar: The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s New Report on Primary Care: Recommendations and Reactions

On May 4, 2021, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released its new report, Implementing High-Quality Primary Care: Rebuilding the Foundation of Health Care. The report looks at the state of primary care today and presents an implementation plan that builds upon the recommendations of the Institute of Medicine’s report from 25 years ago: Primary Care: America’s Health in a New Era (1996).

Communication about Overuse with Vulnerable Populations

This webinar shares insights from focus groups on communicationg about overuse with patients, research on safety net settings, and information about tools and resources. 

Patient and Family Panels: Inspiring and Energizing Staff and Clinicians

This webinar supports ambulatory physicians and staff in planning and facilitating successful patient and family panels to foster change and improvement and rediscover joy in practice.

Learning Objectives:

Choosing Wisely Implementation across Georgia

This webinar shares how Kaiser Permanent Georgia implemented the Choosing Wisely program regionally through 25 medical offices in 14 counties.

Integrating Patient Family Engagement into Choosing Wisely Implementation

This webinar features stories from patient advisors about their experiences collaborating with practices to implement the Choosing Wisely Program.  

Primary Care Innovation in Medicare Advantage

On Monday, April 15th, 2019, PCPCC hosted a panel of experts who discussed patient-centered care delivery innovation in Medicare Advantage. They shared a variety of lessons learned from their work within the broader healthcare system. They touched upon topics including efforts to strengthen primary care delivery for high-need seniors, medication prescribing, senior loneliness, and steps needed to ensure that program implementation is consumer-centered and protects vulnerable populations. 

Talking with Caregivers about Overuse: A Guide for Clinicians

This webinar covers factors facing conversations about overuse with patients and caregivers, and provides specific tools and strategies for improving the outcome of those conversations. 


Subscribe to RSS - Transformation
Go to top