Understanding effective care management implementation in primary care: a macrocognition perspective analysis

@inproceedings{Holtrop2015UnderstandingEC,
  title={Understanding effective care management implementation in primary care: a macrocognition perspective analysis},
  author={Jodi Summers Holtrop and Georges Potworowski and Laurie Fitzpatrick and Amy Kowalk and Lee A. Green},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Care management in primary care can be effective in helping patients with chronic disease improve their health status. Primary care practices, however, are often challenged with its implementation. Incorporating care management involves more than a simple physical process redesign to existing clinical care routines. It involves changes to who is working with patients, and consequently such things as who is making decisions, who is sharing patient information, and how. Studying the… CONTINUE READING
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