A patient-centered medical home model has been shown to improve health outcomes for patients at a lower cost to the health care system. But, what has it done for the physician?
A project from the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation(www.abimfoundation.org) found that high-functioning primary care practices have put into place innovations that replace clinician burnout and patient dissatisfaction with joy in practice, improved patient care, and a better patient experience.
The innovations that freed physicians and clinicians from administrative duties, put them more in control of their work environment, and better organized their work include:
Learn about the impact of practice trasformation from family physicians who are making it happen. Read through our Joy in Practice Q&As with:
Read about how two FMIGs have helped bring the PCMH message to campus through their events:
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