NEJM May 9, 2022
Bruce E. Landon, MD, MBA, MSc, Gabe Weinreb, BA, and Asaf Bitton, MD, MPH

This new typology of primary care delivery in the United States serves to define subgroups in which the constituent organizations have similar characteristics, and how they may vary from other subgroups, which, viewed comprehensively, can spark meaningful analysis and discussion among stakeholders and policy makers on the impact, ramifications, and value of innovations occurring in the primary care sector today.

Summary

As concerns about the sustainability of the U.S. primary care system grow, an era of innovation is emerging in response to both the challenges and the opportunities in the field. Numerous new models of primary care financing and delivery are rapidly arising throughout the country, and some...

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