On September 16, 2005, the National Library of Medicine published an article on patient-centered care. Seven attributes of patient-centered primary care were described that could improve care: access to care, patient engagement in care, information systems, care coordination, integrated and comprehensive team care, patient-centered care surveys, and publicly available information . . .
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