Primary Partner Care


A forum to learn, exchange knowledge and challenge beliefs

About Intelli-Blog

Intelli-Blog is dedicated to the issues affecting private practice physicians and their patients. The blog was named Intelli-Blog to reflect the importance of “intelligence” or accurately, pieced together information in today’s complex and rapidly evolving healthcare environment. As hardworking physicians focused on patient care, we do not have time to research each intricate detail of the myriad of changes occurring under healthcare reform. Physicians in one part of the country truly do not know what is happening in another part of the country. When we speak to our patients, most of their knowledge is limited to the “less than balanced” versions presented in the media. Intelli-Blog is a place for all of us to examine the issues, ask questions and gather intelligence from physicians and patients across the nation. We welcome you to join us.

Primary PartnerCare ACO achieves NY State’s Highest Quality Score in National Emergency Year 2020

ACO Score 2020 Nov 10, 2021

Faced with the greatest public health threat our country has ever faced, New York-based, Primary PartnerCare ACO Independent Practice Association, Inc (Primary PartnerCare ACO) achieved an almost perfect quality score of 99.69%, the highest score of [...]

Primary PartnerCare® Utilizes Proprietary Software to Respond to COVID-19

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GREAT NECK, N.Y., May 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Primary PartnerCare quickly modified its proprietary risk algorithm to efficiently deploy clinical resources to its over 20,000 Medicare patients during COVID-19 pandemic. During its normal course of business, Primary [...]

Primary Care under Strain due to COVID-19

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Nearly 8 in 10 primary care clinicians say their practice is under “severe” or “close to severe” strain because of COVID-19, with only one-third of respondents to a new poll this week reporting that they [...]

Requiring Hospitals to Notify Docs of Admissions Gets Pushback

Newsroom-5 Aug 30, 2019

A proposal from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requiring hospitals to inform a patient’s primary care physician when that patient is admitted to, transferred from, or discharged from the hospital has some [...]

Why Hospitals Should Fear Blue Cross Primary Care Centers Jul 22, 2019

As if hospitals and health systems didn’t have enough emerging threats with big well capitalized publicly-traded insurance companies and drugstore chains developing primary care clinics and urgent care centers in their backyards. Now come the [...]