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Physician Of The Month

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Primary PartnerCare™ launches its Physician of the Month award by honoring the many primary care doctors whose extraordinary steps assured their patients received the care they needed during the devastating days of Hurricane Sandy. Many worked in offices without lights or heat, made house calls, tracked down patients, rerouted prescriptions, rescheduled tests and procedures, slept in offices, and gave personal phone numbers to patients to maintain a sense of medical safety and security. Your work did not end when power was restored and gas rationing ceased. Each and everyday, primary care doctors continue to listen to heart wrenching stories of injuries, damages, lost homes, insurance battles, financial duress, broken families and communities, vanished family heirlooms and treasures, feelings of disempowerment, and the resultant ailments that occur. Primary PartnerCare™ knows this cannot be easy– it’s a heavy load for a compassionate physician to bear. Thank you for listening and helping. Above all, thank you for caring.

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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