IOM recommends greater primary care, public health collaboration

03/29/2012 | Modern Physician (free registration)

In a report, the Institute of Medicine offered five recommendations that could boost the integration of primary care and public health, particularly in maternal and child health, colorectal cancer screening and prevention of cardiovascular diseases. One recommendation suggests working through existing programs, such as having the ONC introduce population measures that would help incorporate public health and clinical data at the community level.

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