Implementing an increase to the base wage of community attendants reimbursed through Medicaid will reduce the shortage of workers, address unmet needs of low-income Texans with disabilities, and generate savings and revenue to
Given the systemic and chronic nature of our state’s challenges, the consortium proposes a three-pronged framework of solutions for a positive and sustainable impact. The proposed policy priorities for primary
Texas Primary Care Consortium (TPCC), with support from Episcopal Health Foundation and St. David’s Foundation, brought together a statewide consensus panel to identify and advance bi-partisan, smart public policy that
Bridging Communities to Achieve Equity for All. 20+ years of improving health, increasing access, and eliminating disparities
A Decade of Powering Primary Care Transformation: to honor the past 10 years of convening health champions and continue in our shared pursuit of improving the health of Texans through
Primary care, when prioritized in the health system, results in people living longer lives with more equitable outcomes.
Learn how a large multi-specialty private practice and a federally qualified health center with multiple locations responded to the challenges presented by the pandemic, including changes implemented and lessons learned.
While Texas’s primary care physicians comprise approximately 35% of the active physician workforce in the state, primary care only makes up for 6-7% of Texas’s overall healthcare spending.
The summit was a unique event that serves as a learning lab, collaborative gathering, and catalyst for primary care transformation in Texas.