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WIHI: The Echo Effect of Project ECHO's Access to Specialty Care
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July 9, 2015 | There’s telemedicine, and then there’s Project ECHO. What began in 2003 as a process for improving access to treatment for people in New Mexico suffering from Hepatitis C, now offers support and learning for 30 different diseases and conditions, impacting patients in some 22 states.
WIHI: Disability Competent Care
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June 11, 2015 | A lot of progress has been made the past several decades for people with disabilities. But, there are still barriers and biases that prevent disabled individuals from leading full lives and fully accessing health care.
WIHI: The Road to Team-Based Primary Care and Behavioral Health
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December 4, 2014 | Primary care practices across the US are facing a number of important challenges right now; prominent among them is doing a much better job at recognizing and helping patients with behavioral health issues.
WIHI: New Staffing Models for Primary Care
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October 10, 2013 | This WIHI looks at ways that primary care practices can delegate responsibilities and work as a team — one of the central needs for all primary care providers today. We also take a look at the LEAP project (Learning from Effective Ambulatory Practices) and discuss success factors that LEAP has identified thus far.
The Physician Shortage and Implementing the Affordable Care Act
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In this Boston Public Radio program, IHI COO Jeffrey Selberg and Harvard School of Public Health professor Meredith Rosenthal discuss the impending shortage of general care physicians and how it will affect the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
WIHI: Organizing for Health: A Story from South Carolina
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November 3, 2011 | Businesses, insurance companies, local hospitals, municipal offices, professional schools, and others in Columbia, South Carolina, are working together as a community to improve the wellness of citizens and increase access to primary care.

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