Health Assessments in Primary Care
for primary care teams to adopt and successfully implement health assessments in primary care practices. Additional background information on health assessments can be found in Appendix 1 (p. 32). Who Should Use This Guide? This guide is designed to be used by a team of clinicians and staff in a practice. The guide can help:
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