Profiles of Three High-Performing Primary Care Residency Clinics
|Year Published: 2018|
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- Profiles of Three High-Performing Primary Care Residency Clinics
This report—a follow-up to High-Functioning Primary Care Residency Clinics: Building Blocks for Providing Excellent Care and Training—provides a more complete description of exemplary residency teaching clinics. It highlights real-world examples of each building block domain.
Designed for academic medicine leaders, faculty members, or residents in a variety of specialties as they seek to improve their teaching clinics.
OVERVIEW AND BENEFITS
This report is a follow-up to the report “High-Functioning Primary Care Residency Clinics: Building Blocks for Providing Excellent Care and Training.” It provides a more complete description of exemplary residency teaching clinics and highlights real examples of each building block domain. It features three high-performing clinics and their associated transformation into centers of excellence.
- Crozer-Keystone Center for Family Health: This leading healthcare provider in Delaware County, Pennsylvania committed its efforts to engaged leadership, data-driven improvement, team-based care, resident scheduling, and resident engagement and work life.
- Baystate High Street Health Center-Adult Medicine: Located in Springfield, Massachusetts, Baystate High Street Health Center made tremendous strides forward through engaged leadership, team-based care, team roles, continuity of care, prompt access to care, resident scheduling, and resident engagement and worklife.
- University of North Carolina Family Medicine Center: Engaged leadership, data-driven improvement, team-based care, continuity of care and prompt access to care, as well as resident scheduling and engagement make this medicine center stand out.
This report is the second of two publications co-authored by the AAMC and the Center for Excellence in Primary Care at the University of California, San Francisco that focuses on developing high-functioning primary care clinics in the teaching setting.
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|Year Published: 2018|