Keeping the focus on patients: Team-based care, increased access add to a better medical home, panelists say

September 2011
Modern Healthcare;9/26/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 39, p18
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The article discusses the highlights of a panel discussion among Doctors Karen DeSalvo, Somava Stout and Jim King about patient-centered medical home. Stout notes that the concept came from pediatrics which aims to improve the care for patients with chronic pediatric diseases. King says he has not encountered misconceptions on reduced waiting times from patients but appreciation. De Salvo cites the roles of specialists in patient-centered medical home.


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