The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is preparing a supplement survey to its National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey to better understand physicians approaches for chronic disease treatment.
The goal is to learn more about physician office processes and use of information technologies to best manage chronic patients and improve care quality, and then disseminate the findings.
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