Some of the PCPs
and COMPACS were constructed in the past based on the request of barangay captains and local officials, who in turn, provided spaces as to where they would be constructed.
'We sought to assess the level of burnout among PCPs
in Oman and explore risk factors for its development.
Eleazar ordered a pre-charge investigation against Police Officer 1 Gary Garcia and his commander, Inspector Arnold San Juan, chief of the Police Community Precinct (PCP
) 3 in Marulas, for grave neglect of duty.
Researchers examined perceptions of EHR systems among PCPs
, focusing on identifying what problems PCPs
encounter with EHRs.
(2013) also found that monoethyl phthalate (MEP; a metabolite of DEP), concentrations increased following showers, which suggested PCPs
as a major source of DEP exposure.
Although stage A heart failure patients are clearly the types of people most often seen and cared for by PCPs
, many of these physicians, as well as many heart failure specialists, don't consider patients who have only hypertension or only diabetes or only obesity as yet having heart failure.
After the MSF initiative, a survey sent to ED physicians and PCPs
revealed an increase in all satisfaction and cooperative measures.
Given the prevalence of prostate cancer and ADT use, it would be expected that PCPs
would have many of their patients on ADT.
In the adjusted model in Table 4, the odds of CRC screening for blacks versus whites or Hispanics versus whites are higher than those shown in Table 2 for patients with PCPs
. After accounting for clustering of patients within PCPs
, and also for PCP
characteristics, the black-white disparity in CRC screening rates almost disappears (OR = 0.96 in Table 4 vs.
Almost 54 percent of PCPs
currently use or plan to implement e-mail within the next year as a form of communication with patients, while nearly 48 percent currently use or plan to implement a patient portal, 21 percent currently use or plan to implement text messaging and 10 percent currently use or plan to implement video chat.
This study classified PCPs
by their level of Medicaid participation and compared them on their reported acceptance of new Medicaid patients and on measures of capacity.
Using a standardized protocol, Hoff interviewed his sample of PCPs
, who were organized into four subpopulations: younger and older physicians, female physicians, and international medical graduates.