Chronic Disease Outcomes From Primary Care Population Health Program Implementation
Patients in practices with central population health coordinators had greater improvement in short-term chronic disease outcome measures compared with patients in practices without central support.
Can Primary Care Physicians Accurately Predict the Likelihood of Hospitalization in Their Patients?
This study demonstrates that the predictive accuracy of primary care physicians’ assessment of future hospitalization risk is comparable to commonly used quantitative risk stratification instruments.
Health IT-Assisted Population-Based Preventive Cancer Screening: A Cost Analysis
An automated cancer screening outreach tool implemented in a mature health information technology environment can achieve cost savings through reduced clinician time devoted to screening efforts.
Population-Based Breast Cancer Screening in a Primary Care Network
A health information technology system designed to facilitate population-based breast cancer screening increased mammography rates in overdue women beyond rates achieved with office-based reminders alone.
Determinants of Diagnostic Imaging Utilization in Primary Care
We examine and quantify patient and physician factors that affect the utilization of outpatient imaging by primary care physicians caring for adult patients.
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