Many large medical groups unprepared for medical home model

09/11/2008 | Forbes

A study of large U.S. medical groups found many don't have the elements needed to create medical home models that allow primary care physicians to fully coordinate patient care. Critical elements include working in patient care teams, care coordination and integration, maximization of patient safety and quality of care, and ability to contact physicians in nontraditional ways, such as e-mail.

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