American College of Physicians Center to Promote Patient-Centered Care
The American College of Physicians announced the creation of the Center for Patient Partnership in Healthcare for ACP to work with patients, families and patient organizations to design patient-centered care delivery and develop patient education materials.
|Steven Weinberger, MD, executive vice president and CEO of ACP
The center will be led by the Advisory Board for Patient Partnership in Healthcare, which will include two representatives from patient organizations, a nurse, a physician assistant and several physicians.
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