Patient-centered medical home experts offer tips on achieving NCQA recognition
August 29, 2014
Patient-centered medical home experts offer tips on achieving NCQA recognition

Thoughtful advice on the how primary care practices should approach transforming into a patient-centered medical homes was shared on the Primary Care Progress Notes blog by experts from UMass Medical School’s Commonwealth Medicine division.

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