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Category Archives: COVID-19

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

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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 [...]

Primary PartnerCare ACO and Healthix Demonstrate Medicare Spending Savings with Clinical Alerts

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Primary PartnerCare ACO Independent Practice Association, Inc. (“Primary PartnerCare ACO”), a 100+ primary care physician accountable care organization participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program, and Healthix, the country’s largest public Health Information Exchange (HIE), [...]