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Thomas P O'Toole, Richard Cabral, Jonathan M Blumen, Dawna A Blake
BACKGROUND: Team-based care has consistently been associated with improved clinical outcomes. However, strategies for promoting and sustaining a team-based approach in family medicine practice are more elusive. METHODS: We conducted a longitudinal time series cohort study of 30 primary care providers in seven practices to assess the sequential addition of three different chronic disease management feedback reports over 24 months, culminating in a team-based quality improvement intervention linked to feedback, assessing clinical performance and self-reported effectiveness...
2011: Quality in Primary Care
Andreas Xyrichis, Emma Ream
AIM: This paper is a report of an analysis of the concept of teamwork. BACKGROUND: Teamwork is seen as an important facilitator in delivering quality healthcare services internationally. However, research studies of teamwork in health care are criticized for lacking a basic conceptual understanding of what this concept represents. A universal definition for healthcare settings and professionals is missing from published literature. METHOD: Walker and Avant's approach was used to guide this concept analysis...
January 2008: Journal of Advanced Nursing
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