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Primary care and communication in shared cancer care: a qualitative study.

Primary care and communication in shared cancer care: a qualitative study. To explore perceptions of primary care physicians' (PCPs') and oncologists' roles, responsibilities, and patterns of communication related to shared cancer care in 3 integrated health systems that used electronic health records. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The American journal of managed care Pubmed

Primary care and communication in shared cancer care: a qualitative study.

The American journal of managed care , Volume 17 (4): 7 – Sep 12, 2011

Primary care and communication in shared cancer care: a qualitative study.


Abstract

To explore perceptions of primary care physicians' (PCPs') and oncologists' roles, responsibilities, and patterns of communication related to shared cancer care in 3 integrated health systems that used electronic health records.

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1936-2692
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Abstract

To explore perceptions of primary care physicians' (PCPs') and oncologists' roles, responsibilities, and patterns of communication related to shared cancer care in 3 integrated health systems that used electronic health records.

Journal

The American journal of managed carePubmed

Published: Sep 12, 2011

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