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A new report just released by The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine – Implementing High-Quality Primary Care: Rebuilding the Foundation of Health Care – puts forth an evidence-based plan with actionable objectives and recommendations for implementing high-quality primary care in the United States. The implementation plan balances national needs for scalable solutions while allowing for adaptations to meet local needs.
The Primary Care Collaborative (PCC) and the AAFP Robert Graham Center released PCC’s 2022 Evidence Report, Relationships Matter. How Usual is Usual Source of (Primary) Care?
This comprehensive report puts USC data from 2000-2020 in context and examines trends by age, demographic group, insurance product, and geography. The USC metric matters because a usual source of care is associated with better population health, more equity, and lower costs. The report features quotes from P4PC patient activists.
Recognizing that changes to our health care system demand partnership, the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) has created the Primary Care Investment Coordinating Group of California (PICG). This group has worked to support California-focused research to inform changes in health care policy and industry practices; identify priorities for measuring, reporting, and assessing the results of primary care spending; and align primary care investment activities and efforts across the state