Highlights from the Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit.
The Rebirth of Primary Care
On May 23rd, Dr. Andrew Morris-Singer delivered the keynote address at Virginia Commonwealth University, discussing "The Rebirth of Primary Care." He was inspired by the VCU trainees and clinicians at all stages of practice.
Primary Care on the Hill
On April 23rd, VT Senator Bernie Sanders chaired a Senate hearing on potential solutions to severe shortages in the nation’s primary care workforce. The hearing explored the need to substantially increase the number of primary care practitioners by encouraging medical schools to make primary care a priority and by supporting nurse practitioner programs that place 70 percent of graduates in primary care practices.
Welcome to the Clinical Innovation Network discussion around Brian Klepper's May webinar! To launch the conversation around this week's webinar topic, we would like to hear your experiences with innovative primary care mo...
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The Joy in Practice
Dr. Chris Sinsky and her team visited 23 high-performing practices to identify the challenges they faced and innovations that could facilitate and restore joy in practice. They share their findings with the primary care community here.
Interview: The Future of Nursing in Primary Care
Ten years ahead, I see nurses seamlessly coordinating care, without some of the current byzantine barriers – many of our own making when it comes to education pathways. But before that, I see us stepping up and shouldering some of the responsibility for reinventing primary care, rather than waiting for physicians to do it. Read More.