PCC Webinar: How to Provide Primary Care for All During the Pandemic and Beyond

As the coronavirus pandemic and its economic repercussions threaten our primary care system, leaders recognize now more than ever that the country needs access to quality primary care for all in order to re-start society and better navigate future public health crises. But how do we achieve this? PCC’s president and CEO, Ann Greiner, moderates a discussion among panelists with diverse political perspectives on the best approaches to achieving a universally accessible primary care system. Hear about state-level efforts, such as those promoted by Oregon’s Universal Primary Care Legislative Workgroup, as well as federal and market-driven approaches.


  • Michael Fine, MD | Chief Health Strategist for the Cities of Central Falls and Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and Medical Director of Beat COVID-19, the two-city strategy to stop the spread of COVID-19
  • Grace-Marie Turner | President, Galen Institute
  • Rachel Prusak | State Representative, Oregon House District 37

Moderator: Ann Greiner, MCP | President & CEO, Primary Care Collaborative

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