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Creating and Sustaining Care Teams in Primary Care: Perspectives From Innovative Patient-Centered Medical Homes.

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Summary of "Creating and Sustaining Care Teams in Primary Care: Perspectives From Innovative Patient-Centered Medical Homes."

To learn from the experiences of innovative primary care practices that have successfully developed care teams.

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Name: Quality management in health care
ISSN: 1550-5154
Pages: 123-129

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