Reciprocal learning and chronic care model implementation in primary care: results from a new scale of learning in primary care

@inproceedings{Leykum2011ReciprocalLA,
  title={Reciprocal learning and chronic care model implementation in primary care: results from a new scale of learning in primary care},
  author={Luci K. Leykum and Raymond F Palmer and Holly Jordan Lanham and Michelle Jordan and Reuben R. McDaniel and Polly Hitchcock No{\"e}l and Michael L. Parchman},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Efforts to improve the care of patients with chronic disease in primary care settings have been mixed. Application of a complex adaptive systems framework suggests that this may be because implementation efforts often focus on education or decision support of individual providers, and not on the dynamic system as a whole. We believe that learning among clinic group members is a particularly important attribute of a primary care clinic that has not yet been well-studied in the health… CONTINUE READING

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