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What Does It Take to Increase Patient Engagement in Primary Care Settings?

  • October 17, 2018

CRICO partnered with the Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP) to conduct a study to achieve a better understanding of what primary care practices are doing to engage patients.

A first-of-its-kind survey was conducted to inventory the structural programs and innovative efforts that Massachusetts primary care practices have in place to engage patients and families. Through the research, MHQP sought to identify improvement strategies and CRICO aimed to find ways to incorporate patient engagement into primary care risk-reduction strategies. 


Citation for the Full-text Article

Rabson BG, Sato L. What does it take to increase patient engagement in primary care settings? NEJM Catalyst. October 17, 2018.