MPH MBA Chad Boult MD

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Improving health care of multimorbid older adults is a critical public health challenge. The objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of a pilot intervention to enhance the quality of primary care experiences for chronically ill older persons (Guided Care). Nonrandomized prospective clinical trial. Older, chronically ill, community-dwelling(More)
Patients at risk for generating high health care expenditures often receive fragmented, low-quality, inefficient health care. Guided Care is designed to provide proactive, coordinated, comprehensive care for such patients. We hypothesized that Guided Care, compared to usual care, produces better functional health and quality of care, while reducing the use(More)
The quality of health care for older Americans with chronic conditions is suboptimal. To evaluate the effects of “Guided Care” on patient-reported quality of chronic illness care. Cluster-randomized controlled trial of Guided Care in 14 primary care teams. Older patients of these teams were eligible to participate if, based on analysis of their recent(More)
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