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Published by: Harvard Medical School, Center for Primary Care
Originally published in: 2017
Revision date: 26-Jul-2017
Length: 30 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

This is part of a case series. The SCF B case follows Dr Doug Eby, vice president of medical services, as he negotiates financial constrictions and analyzes the needs of SCF's customer-owners (patients). The case explores SCF's team model, data support, and physical infrastructure as it pertains to primary care delivery. Challenges of behavioral health integration are introduced and considered with SCF's unique financing system in mind. Themes of customer-owner-physician relationships, patient agency, addressing community needs, access, and cost / value are also highlighted.
Location:
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Size:
1750
Other setting(s):
Rural

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Abstract

This is part of a case series. The SCF B case follows Dr Doug Eby, vice president of medical services, as he negotiates financial constrictions and analyzes the needs of SCF's customer-owners (patients). The case explores SCF's team model, data support, and physical infrastructure as it pertains to primary care delivery. Challenges of behavioral health integration are introduced and considered with SCF's unique financing system in mind. Themes of customer-owner-physician relationships, patient agency, addressing community needs, access, and cost / value are also highlighted.

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Location:
Industries:
Size:
1750
Other setting(s):
Rural

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