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The 2016 Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit

PCP's summit - Aug. 19-21 in Cambridge, Mass. - is a two-day training for chapter leaders and faculty advisors with a powerful and unique leadership development program regularly described as the best leadership training they’ve experienced in health care. Learn more here.


Interprofessional Hotspotting Learning Collaborative

The Camden Coalition, Primary Care Progress and the AAMC are now accepting applications for the 2016 Interprofessional Student Hotspotting Learning Collaborative, which teaches - via a team-based approach - how to identify and treat patients in communities with multiple complex health conditions who are high-utilizers of care.

From Our Blog
By Sarah Smithson, M.D.

Innovative Models Depend On Patient Engagement

"The team-based patient-centered medical home addresses many of the problems with care coordination that other models posed, such as lack of continuity and patients slipping through the cracks, but the model can never achieve its full potential if patients are not fully educated in how to use it..."


PCP and Leadership

We asked some of our chapter leaders why primary care needs leaders as well as why the field needs PCP. Watch their thoughtful responses here.

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The PCP Cohorts are a learning collaborative focused on relational leadership skills.