Innovative programs shape the future of primary care

08/16/2010 | USA Today

Some primary care practices in the U.S. have implemented innovative programs to counter the shortage of clinicians and meet the growing need for high-quality care. One practice addresses patient needs via e-mail or phone, another offers "shared medical appointments" for up to 14 patients, and a nurse practitioner-led center provides care for patients of all ages.

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