Primary Care Progress

Founded in 2010, Primary Care Progress is a national organization committed to building stronger primary care teams. Working with current and future healthcare professionals from across disciplines and career stages – from students and faculty to providers and health systems leaders – we offer leadership development and support that emphasizes relational skills, individual resiliency, and advocacy. By providing the resources and community necessary to excel, we’re strengthening the teams at the heart of primary care, ultimately leading to sustainable models of care and better health for all.

Summit Sponsor Feature: OptumCare

  This weekend is Primary Care Progress’ 6th Annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit! Today on the blog, we’re featuring one of our major sponsors, OptumCare, and their contributions to our primary care community. And don’t miss our previous sponsor Q&As from the University of Utah Department of Family and Preventive Medicine’s and the Harvard Medical …

Ideas on the cutting edge of change

  We’re excited to announce a new feature coming this fall! Relational Rounds will feature conversations with leading minds and powerful disruptors speaking to some of the most pressing issues facing primary care and healthcare transformation. Ranging from podcasts to Facebook Live interviews, stay tuned for inspiration, insight, and a little provocation. Launching in September!

Johns Hopkins Launches Primary Care Leadership Track

Last year, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine launched its Primary Care Leadership Track. Progress Notes sat down with student leader Jenny Wen and faculty advisor Colleen Christmas to ask them the purpose of the program and how they got it off the ground. PN: What exactly is Hopkins’ Primary Care Leadership Track? What is its …

Hofstra’s Northwell School Of Medicine Launches New Primary Care Track

Hofstra University Northwell School of Medicine launched a primary care track called IMPACcT (Improving Patient Access, Cost and Care through Training) last June. Today on the blog, we learn all about the program through a Q&A with the IMPACcT program’s leadership: (clockwise from top left) Dr. Lauren Block, Dr. Alice Fornari, Dr. Joseph Conigliaro, and …