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Clinical Integration: Pathway to Coordinated Care

As a means of improving care coordination between clinicians, hospitals, payers, and patients, Clinical Integration is touted as the pathway to improving quality through meaningful collaboration. But what is it, how is it used, does it work, and most important, how does it affect you and your practice? Join Dr. Klugman and his colleagues as they break down the various facets of this complex issue.

Robert Klugman MD, FACP
Voluntary Associate Professor of Medicine and Quantitative Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Tufts University Medical School
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