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Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2007 Annual Conference

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Population and Setting - continued

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  • 5 participating urban primary care practices
  • Participating practices provide primary care for 71% of children in the 6 participating child care programs
  • Integration of telemedicine in these practices began in May 2005

Notes:

The network also included 5 urban primary care practices

These participating practices provide primary care to 71% of children in the 6 participating child care programs

Integration into these primary care practices began in May 2005, four years after our first childcare telemed visit. Prior to that time, telemed visits had been done only by investigators based at our Medical Center.


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