Clinics use toolkit to assess an array of patients’ experiences with healthcare team

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The HOPE Note Toolkit is being used in some healthcare systems to improve whole person care. In order to support clinics in the process of adopting the HOPE Note Toolkit in primary care, researchers tested a learning collaborative approach across 17 primary care clinics in the United States, including private practices and family medicine residency training programs. The collaborative used expert and peer supported practice improvement and action research to help clinical teams develop the skills and processes needed to conduct whole person integrative health visits using the toolkit.

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