President and CEO, Rod Hochman, MD, recently shared his health system's perspectives on Primary Care for All with HealthLeaders as part of the seven-point proposal to address racial disparities in the U.S.
Providence is proposing a seven-point plan featuring Primary Care for All to address racial disparities in healthcare that models a far less costly and more comprehensive healthcare reform than Medicare for All. The seven point plans includes:
- Primary Care for All
- COVID-19 resources
- Patient outreach
- Voter education
- Promote the Census
- Safety net programs
- Diversity, equity, and inclusion
Read here for more on Primary Care for All and the seven-point plan.
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