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November 2020 Now Is the Time for States to Get Serious About Investing in Primary Health Care

Even before the COVID-19 crisis hit, the U.S. had historically underinvested in primary care, spending only five to seven cents of every health care dollar on primary care services. The pandemic exacerbated the situation by decreasing provider revenue, particularly for safety-net practices and clinics serving low-income people covered by Medicaid. At the same time, Medicaid… Read more »