Microsystems in Health Care

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As stated at the outset of the Microsystems in Health Care series, the health system is composed of a few basic parts—front-line clinical microsystems, overarching macrosystems, and patient subpopulations needing care. (Part 1) Microsystems thinking makes several organizational assumptions: 1. Bigger systems (macrosystems) are made of smaller systems 2… (More)

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