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Using Effective Provider-Patient Communication to Improve Cancer Screening Among Low Literacy Patients
Tulane University School of Medicine
This study was designed to help primary care physicians use effective cancer risk communication and shared decision-making skills to improve patients’ adherence to preventive health measures such as cancer screenings. 74 more words
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The recent report from the Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative showed the tremendous impact of the PATIENT CENTERED MEDICAL HOME (PCMH)on the cost and quality of care.