Primary care, when prioritized in the health system, results in people living longer lives with more equitable outcomes. Yet primary care, with chronically low funding and infrastructure investments, is in danger.
Explore our 2022 Summit Outcomes report to learn how the 10th Annual TPCC Summit brought stakeholders together in Austin, Texas, to address the challenges of putting primary care front and center in our health care system.
It is with great enthusiasm and appreciation that we announce the inaugural recipient of the Texas Primary Care Consortium’s Primary Care Champion Award: Elena Marks, JD, MPH.
Texas Primary Care Consortium, a joint initiative of the Texas Medical Home Initiative and Texas Health Institute, has named Elena Marks, JD, MPH, the inaugural recipient of the Texas Primary Care Consortium’s Primary Care Champion Award.
The Commonwealth Fund Scorecard on State Health System Performance annually assesses how well the health care system is working in every state with 56 performance indicators.
Explore our new 2021 Summary and Outcomes report to learn about highlights from 2021 which demonstrate our commitment and investment in making primary care primary.
Read our guest blog post from Shao-Chee Sim about Texans’ views on state health policy priorities and their experiences with health care accessibility and affordability collected through a statewide poll conducted by Episcopal Health Foundation in partnership with SSRS.
Explore our 2021 Summit Summary and Outcomes report to learn how the 9th annual summit brought stakeholders together across Texas to share lessons, best practices, and tools to advance our shared pursuit of equitable, sustainable, and comprehensive primary care for all Texans.
An issue brief helping us draw a realistic, evidence and data-informed portrait of an imminent crisis, identifies key needs and challenges, and calls for a collective call-to-action for a statewide, consensus based, systemic approach to primary care and health system transformation.
Texas Primary Care Consortium joined forces with 40+ local, state, and national organizations and several individuals who represent and serve millions of Texans to call for action.
This detailed report provides a data-driven, evidence-informed, comprehensive understanding of key issues essential to advancing primary care and health system transformation in Texas.