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    MDPCP In the News

    The MDPCP Vaccination Program is Underway!

    The Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP) is a statewide advanced primary care program with 562 participating practice sites. On March 15, 2021 the Maryland Department of Health launched a pilot to demonstrate the use of primary care practices as points of delivery for older Marylanders and to validate the providers’ ability to more broadly distribute vaccines. MDPCP practices across the state are now playing an instrumental role in vaccinating those with underlying medical conditions that increase the risk for severe COVID-19 illness throughout Phase 2.​​ ​



    Congratulations to our team for our Milbank Publication!


    The Maryland Primary Care Program in the Maryland Department of Health has recently posted a Request for Applications (RFA) ​addressing social needs screening and collection of patient self-reported demographic data in primary care practices. We are looking for a contractor for this project and we encourage you to share the RFA with your networks, and for interested and qualified parties to apply.

    The RFA is posted to Maryland’s procurement and grant contracting site, eMMA. Applications close on Friday, 1/21 at 2PM. 

    Please reach out to us at mdh.pcmodel@maryland.gov with any questions. Note that questions are due to this email address 5 days before the application deadline. 

    Read more about the primary care vaccination pilot and program here:

    Other Mentions of MDPCP in the News


    Now you can listen to fresh content from our very own Dr. Howard Haft via podcast. Episodes will include 'Fireside Chats' and 'Conversations' with guest speakers lined up for 2021. Check us out on your favorite podcast platform: 

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    Social Media

    The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) social media pages frequently share MDPCP updates. Follow the MDH Facebook ​and Twitter pages for more updates!​

    If you’d like to share your own updates about the Maryland Primary Care Program, please use #MDPCP.


    Annual Report

    The MDPCP 2019 Annual Report details the growth, accomplishments, and outcomes for the program’s first year. ​Highlights from the full report can be found in our: