Can the medical home save primary care?
by Phillip Miller
Primary care is in trouble, and there may be no way to save it. That was the conclusion of a 2004 report conducted by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), which projected that family medicine would not exist in the United States in 20 years unless major changes are made to delivery models and compensation.
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