About the Program

The Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change works through public and private partnerships to build sustainable, reliable primary care systems that advance health equity and access for communities worldwide. Our work is guided by our operational principles and led by expert faculty.

Operating Principles

  • Commitment to partnership with and, where appropriate, capacity building of the public sector
  • Collaboration with private sector partners to support and introduce innovation in high quality primary care delivery systems and information technology
  • Recognition of the potential for new approaches to clinical operations, information technology, and healthcare financing to enable paradigm shifts towards scalable, high quality primary care systems
  • A commitment to rigorous scholarship aimed at generating and sharing knowledge on how best to design, implement, and measure the performance of reliable, equitable primary care systems