Annals of Family Medicine article proposing Chief Primary Care Medical Officer role for hospitals

From Healthcare Finance, Beth Jones Sanborn, Managing Editor, 

A proposal written by two physicians published in the Annals of Family Medicine suggests creating a "executive-level physician" charged with creating,managing primary care connections across the hospital system. The role would be known as chief primary care medical officer, and the authors proposed that the role be filled by a primary care physician who would work 25 percent of the time in an outpatient clinic setting, another 25 percent as a hospital clinician, and the remaining 50 percent in administration at the hospital leadership level.

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