Primary Care in Crisis

December 12, 2016

Shared by: Michigan Primary Care Consortium

 

Takeaway:

Four part white paper series published in 2009-2010.

 

  • Part 1 describes primary care challenges like a declining primary care workforce, misaligned incentives, and harnessing health information technology that require collaboration among all sectors of society.

  • Part 2 explains why primary care transformation is important and the evidence that support enhancements like payment reform, Patient-Centered Medical Home care delivery models, and population-based registries.

  • Part 3 makes the case for patients taking control of their health through increased education, a strong relationship with clinicians, and self-management.

  • Part 4 presents information about primary care’s workforce shortages and maldistribution, while also analyzing the capacity of different professions to help address these issues.  

 

​Download Part 1

 

​Download Part 2

 

​Download Part 3

 

​Download Part 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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