It’s getting tough to get a doctor’s appointment these days. That’s a frustration for patients and a policy challenge Washington is trying to solve. Both Congress and the Biden administration are reimagining primary care to better serve patients. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), chair of the Senate panel responsible for the nation’s health care, has proposed legislation with Kansas Republican Sen. Roger Marshall that envisions a system in which more people would receive care at community health centers. Read more.