Celebrating a 40-year anniversary
PRC’s Anniversary: 40 Years of Excellence

Innovation. Service. Quality. Collaboration. Growth. For the last 40 years, PRC has remained true to these values & their impact on healthcare excellence.

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Contact Tracing: What It Is and Why You Should Care

Contact tracing complements existing COVID-19 initiatives & adds a systematic, data-driven layer to any community’s pandemic response.

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PRC’s National Health Survey Brief: Risks to Healthy Aging

Healthcare systems face the daunting work of caring for our oldest adults, a majority of whom experience multiple concurrent diseases or conditions, including chronic pain.

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Exploring Racial and Ethnic Disparities in COVID-19 and Healthcare

Research concerning people of color reveals the troubling reality of how COVID-19, and health issues at large, affect some populations more than others.

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PRC National Coronavirus Community Impact Survey

The PRC National Coronavirus Community Impact Survey highlights important findings about how the current environment has impacted health & well-being throughout the country, including changing health behaviors, receipt of health care, and financial loss.

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PRC Coronavirus Community Impact Survey

PRC is offering a community-specific pulse survey to help you navigate the COVID-19 health crisis and, if needed, adjust course midstream.

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Flattening the “Second Curve”: Bracing for the Mental Health Impact of COVID-19

CredibleMind CEO, Deryk Van Brunt, DrPH, presents the importance of mental health—something he considers to be a “crisis in our communities.”

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