On the first episode of PCP’s Relational Rounds podcast, Dr. Morris-Singer shares the story of PCP, his research on the role of community in primary care, and why healthcare needs to prioritize team-based care.
Our nation’s medical and scientific communities are powerful, essential – and misunderstood. And that misunderstanding fuels a lot of missed opportunities for us lay folks to support your work. So from Mark Twain to Game of Thrones, here’s some hard-won wisdom for communicating your craft.
On days when it seems the paperwork and mouse clicks are endless, it is difficult to appreciate the changes we are seeing in primary care. There are still significant bureaucratic and financial barriers between physicians and their relationships with patients, but things are starting to change.
This weekend is Primary Care Progress’ 6th Annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit! Today on the blog, we’re featuring one of our major sponsors, the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care, and their contributions to our primary care community.