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July 2021 Benjamin J. McMichael,
Context: As many parts of the United States continue to face physician shortages, the increased use of nurse practitioners (NPs) can improve access to… More
May 2020 Alex Rushforth, Trisha Greenhalgh,
Alex Rushforth and Trisha Greenhalgh of the University of Oxford describe the role of clinical guidelines in a so-far unsuccessful attempt by academic researchers to radically change asthma management in the United Kingdom using a precision medicine biomarker. More
May 2020 Gemma Hughes, Sara E. Shaw, Trisha Greenhalgh,
Context: Integrated care is a broad concept, used to describe a connected set of clinical, organizational, and policy changes aimed at improving… More
May 2020 Benjamin F. Crabtree, Jenna Howard, William L. Miller, DeAnn Cromp, Clarissa Hsu, Katie Coleman, Brian T. Austin, Margaret Flinter, Leah Tuzzio, Edward H. Wagner,
Context: Over the past several decades, health care in the United States has undergone substantial and rapid change. At the heart of this change is an… More
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