Delivering team training to medical home staff to impact perceptions of collaboration.

@article{Treadwell2015DeliveringTT,
  title={Delivering team training to medical home staff to impact perceptions of collaboration.},
  author={Janet Treadwell and Brenda K. Binder and Lene Symes and Rebecca Krepper},
  journal={Professional case management},
  year={2015},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={81-8; quiz 89-90}
}
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY The purpose of this study was to explore whether an evidence-based educational and experiential intervention to develop team skills in medical homes would positively affect team members' perceptions of interprofessional collaboration. PRIMARY PRACTICE SETTINGS The study population consisted of primary care medical home practices associated with the health plan sponsor of this research. All practices were located within the greater Houston region of Texas and had more than… CONTINUE READING

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