Release date: October 9, 2018
Estimated time to complete: <90 minutes
At the end of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Explore key definitions
- Understand the benefits of continuity in primary care
- Define and calculate patient-centered continuity of care
- Define and calculate clinician-centered continuity of care
- Use run charts to monitor your practice’s continuity of care level over time
- Identify strategies to engage all practice staff in improving continuity of care
- Examine practice situations that make it challenging to establish or improve continuity of care
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Author: Tracey Allen-Ehrhart, Manager, Center for Quality, American Academy of Family Physicians
This course does not carry CME credit.