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Primary care is well-positioned to address unmet social needs that influence health. Integrated primary care is increasingly prevalent and can be leveraged to facilitate the recognition of medical and clinic-level modifiable characteristics, as well as supporting practices to address unmet social needs for patients and families. This paper outlines how integrated primary care features, such as routine screening, adaptive workflows, interprofessional team collaboration, and patient-centered services, exemplify the NASEM's activities and provide rich biopsychosocial tools for meeting social needs.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3122/jabfm.2022.01.210287
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