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Study: Technical Assistance Linked to Successful Primary Care Transformation
NYS Medical Home Conference Looks to the Future
Register Now: Seminar on Health Center Design
Innovative PCDC Health Center Partner Recognized for Care Team Model
PCDC Joins Healthcare/Housing Investment Fund
Board Member Don Ashkenase to Receive Outstanding Career Achievement Award
Free Mental Health Training for Primary Care Providers
A Little Help Over Here? Technical Assistance Linked to Successful Primary Care Transformation
Higher levels of technical assistance are associated with improved quality of primary care, according to a study in the January 2013 issue of Health Affairs.
Data from the NYC Primary Care Information Project (PCIP) showed that physicians who had eight technical assistance training (TA) visits and nine to 24 months of exposure to PCIP assistance made significant quality improvement gains in EHR-sensitive quality of care measures (e.g. breast cancer, diabetes, chlamydia and colorectal cancer screenings).