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A team of Stanford researchers recently looked around the country to find what they considered to be the very best primary care practices: All 11 had either one location or just a handful of sites.

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By Margot Sanger-Katz, NY Times

APRIL 2015 – A team of Stanford researchers recently looked around the country to find what they considered to be the very best primary care practices: All 11 had either one location or just a handful of sites.

The research team identified 11 front line primary care practices in communities large and small that illustrate ‘bright spots’ in our nation’s healthcare system—small clinical teams that deliver high-quality care at much lower-than-average total cost to commercially insured populations. They include …

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SOURCE: http://petersonhealthcare.org/sites/default/files/images/media_library/Peterson%20Center%20on%20Healthcare_Stanford%20Executive%20Summary_1.pdf

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