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Announcing Upcoming Supplement on the Brazilian National Program for Improving Access and Quality of Primary Care (PMAQ)
The Brazilian National Program for Improving Access and Quality of Primary Care (PMAQ) is one of the world’s largest initiatives intended to stimulate access to and quality of primary care services, encompassing over 30,000 health teams in nearly every Brazilian municipality. Currently in its third year, the program has multiple components including an innovative pay for performance mechanism. The program is growing rapidly and evolving new forms of performance assessment; financial and non-financial incentives; and partnerships between municipalities, states, and the federal government.
The special supplement to
JACM Volume 40, Issue Number 1 is expected to be published in late 2016 and will be edited by the journal's Editor in Chief, Dr. Norbert Goldfield (JACM) and guest-editors James Macinko (UCLA), Matthew Harris (Imperial College, London) and Marcia Rocha (IDB, Brazil).
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Call for Papers: Special Issue: Electronic Health Records (EHR)
The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management is dedicating a special issue to Electronic Health Records and issues affecting the end user (physicians, nurses, NPs, PAs, staff, etc) in the ambulatory setting. We are especially interested in how EHRs have impacted clinicians with an eye toward solutions.Possible topics include, but are not limited to how users’ EHR experiences affect: -Workflow in the ambulatory and primary care setting-Patient Safety-Physician retention/early retirement-Physician professional satisfaction and burnout-The doctor-patient communication/relationship-Medical Education-EHR adoption-Usability and user-centered design-Adherence to meaningful use-Issues related to EHR migration, portability and interoperability-Patient engagementWe are also interested in abstracts about the following:-EHR user experience assessment methodologies and metrics-EHR user experience qualitative approaches of assessment-Case studies on issues related to EHR switching (reasons, cost, adoption, training)-Essays and commentaries on the user experience including vendor perspectives -Unintended consequence of EHR useClick here for the Detailed Announcement and Submission Information
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