Primary Care Progress

Delegating tasks to practice staff enhances team-based careCreating a system where each staff member works at the top of his or her license can improve the care a practice provides its patients.
3 ways primary care education is broken – and how to fix themWhen it comes to primary care, the U.S. medical education system isn't getting the job done. The founder of primary care education advocacy group Primary Care Progress shares his ideas on how to change that.
How medical schools consistently cover up their primary care failuresIt's called the "dean's lie," and Andrew Morris-Singer, MD, and his nonprofit advocacy group Primary Care Progress are out to expose this fallacy that gives Americans a false sense of security that the nation's primary care shortage is being addressed.