Reports Highlight Strengthening Primary Care After the Pandemic

Linda Schwimmer, JD, president and CEO of the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute, discusses 2 reports on strengthening primary care after the COVID-19 pandemic: one from her own organization and the other from the National Academy of Medicine.

The COVID-19 pandemic shined a light on the shortcomings of the US health care system, but it has also revealed that the system has the capability to be adaptable. As the country emerges from the pandemic, it has become clear that some things have to permanently change in order to ensure high-quality health care for all Americans.

Linda Schwimmer, JD, president and CEO of the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute, discusses 2 reports on strengthening primary care after the COVID-19 pandemic: one from her own organization and the other from the National Academy of Medicine.

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