Trends in Primary Care Encounters Across Professional Roles in PCMH
A metric of primary care delivery by non–primary care provider clinicians demonstrated increasing trends in patient encounters by nurses and social workers and was responsive to patient-centered medical home implementation.
Measuring Patient-Centered Medical Home Access and Continuity in Clinics With Part-Time Clinicians
Commonly used measures of performance for assessing patient access do not reflect PCMH-encouraged strategies to improve access that may be preferentially used by part-time physicians.
Management of Chronic Noncancer Pain by VA Primary Care Providers: When Is Pain Control a Priority?
Additional training opportunities for primary care physicians and better use of ancillary services may be needed to further improve care for chronic pain patients.
Gender Disparities in Lipid Management: The Presence of Disparities Depends on the Quality Measure
Proactive Case Management of High-risk Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus by a Clinical Pharmacist: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Veterans Affairs Primary Care Organizational Characteristics Associated With Better Diabetes Control
Avoiding Pitfalls in Chronic Disease Quality Measurement: A Case for the Next Generation of Technical Quality Measures
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