Primary Care Measurement: What's Working and What's Not

In the webinar “Primary Care Measurement: What’s Working and What’s Not” as Rebecca Etz, PhD, Associate Professor, Family Medicine and Population Health and Co-Director, The Larry A. Green Center, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and Amir Qaseem, MD, PhD, Vice President, Clinical Policy, American College of Physicians, discuss the pros and cons of the person-centered primary care measure and how it can be utilized to assess the aspects of care thought to represent high-value primary care by patients, clinicians, and payers.

We will also hear from Jay Lee, MD, Director of Primary Care, CareMore and Janice Tufte, Patient Advisor, Hassanah Consulting, who will discuss what person-centered primary care measure means for physicians and from the patient prospective.

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