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MANUSCRIPT: Resident duty hour changes: impact in the patient-centered medical home

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Family medicine residency programs are challenged with balancing hospital-based training with a longitudinal primary care continuity experience. In response to the Preparing the Personal Physician for Practice (P4) Initiative, the University of Missouri (MU) Family Medicine Residency Program sought to increase the presence of its residents in their

NCQA, Med-IQ and ArcheMedX Collaborate to Improve Quality in Patient-Centered Medical Homes and Practices Earning Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition

To help improve patient care, the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and its collaborating partners, Med-IQ and ArcheMedX, will develop an innovative education series for health care professionals practicing in NCQA-Recognized patient-centered medical homes (PCMH) and practices interested in becoming recognized as a PCMH by NCQA. PCMH is the fastest-growing
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ABSTRACT: A Patient-centered Approach to Managing Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

Despite the availability of a number of therapeutic options, management of type 2 diabetes (T2DM) and hyperglycemia remains suboptimal. Evidence shows that physicians are not adequately individualizing incretin-based therapies as there is lack of clear understanding of the similarities and differences between various incretin-based therapies. Additionally, sodium-dependent glucose co-transporter 2

ABSTRACT: Resident duty hour changes: impact in the patient-centered medical home

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Family medicine residency programs are challenged with balancing hospital-based training with a longitudinal primary care continuity experience. In response to the Preparing the Personal Physician for Practice (P4) Initiative, the University of Missouri (MU) Family Medicine Residency Program sought to increase the presence of its residents in their

ABSTRACT: Integrating improvement learning into a family medicine residency curriculum.

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Knowledge of improvement practices is a critical skill for family medicine residents who will lead patient-centered medical homes. The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education includes systems-based practice and improvement knowledge as a core competency for residency education. The objective of this report is to describe the 6-year

ABSTRACT: Patient-centered care requires a patient-oriented workflow model

AbstractEffective design of health information technology HIT for patient-centered care requires consideration of workflow from the patients perspective, termed ‘patient-oriented workflow.’ This approach organizes the building blocks of work around the patients who are moving through the care system. Patient-oriented workflow complements the more familiar clinician-oriented workflow approaches, and offers