This blog is going to raise more questions than it answers, but one let’s get one of the few clear answers we have out of the way: pediatricians do not appear to follow Bright Futures’ periodicity schedule for developmental screening. I realize that may not shock many of you, but you might be shocked to …
Archive for month: April, 2015
I am, as a rule, a big fan of the PCMH concept. The process for recognition and the inability to get those outside your circle to participate – namely, specialists are other things entirely, of course. Even with those caveats, PCMH remains perhaps the best opportunity for practices to develop the discipline and receive the …
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