Southeast Regional Clinicians Network

The National Center for Primary Care has an expertise in developing programs for Primary Care practices in the southeastern region through practice-based research, administering clinically based grants and developing solutions.
Research

Secondary Data Research

Research publications on disparities and health equity, with special expertise in uninsured and Medicaid segments of the population; now working with data on 80% of all U.S. Medicaid enrollees, including 90% of all African American and Latino Medicaid enrollees.
Research

Tobacco TIPS Campaign

This campaign is designed to use webinars to increase public awareness of the immediate health damage caused by smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke and the role primary care clinicians play in the process.
Webinars

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Morehouse School of Medicine / Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Partnership for Diabetes Health Equity based at the Morehouse School of Medicine’s National Center for Primary Care is a 5 year $2,172,981 collaboration to maximize national impact of Together on Diabetes by achieving replicability, sustainability, and scalability.

gahiteclogoGA-HITEC is the state’s only federally endorsed expert to help physicians reach meaningful use. We employ proven strategies and establish best practices in our work with both primary care and specialist providers across Georgia.

Morehouse School of Medicines (MSM) Faculty Development Program is the provider of choice for workshops & training programs targeting clinicians who serve the underserved and the primary care faculty who train them.

TCC-HIT Policy is one of four subprojects of the Transdisciplinary Collaborative Center (TCC) for Health Disparities Research at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) under the leadership of Dr. David Satcher.

GaHC-logoGeorgia Health Connect (GaHC) is a mission-based Service Area Health Information Exchange created by The National Center for Primary Care (NCPC) at Morehouse School of Medicine, doing business as GA-HITEC, in partnership with Liaison Technologies.

facultydevelopment_logoMorehouse School of Medicines (MSM) Faculty Development Program is the provider of choice for workshops & training programs targeting clinicians who serve the underserved and the primary care faculty who train them.

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The Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center, located at Morehouse School of Medicine’s National Center for Primary Care, develops alliances to support and implement best treatment practices and provides technology transfer activities to increase the awareness, knowledge and skills of practitioners and pre-service professionals.