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Monthly Quality Reports
Reports on key measures for the EC Anticoagulation and Diabetes Programs, NCQA Heart Stroke, and Appointment Access.
Located in Quality Improvement
Pharmacy Primary Care Residency Program
Enhanced Care Program and UNC Hospitals Department of Pharmacy Ambulatory Care Resident
Located in For Faculty & Staff / Enhanced Care Training Programs
Care Assistant Traineeship
Description of the CA role and application for CA positions
Located in For Faculty & Staff / Enhanced Care Training Programs
General Medicine Quality Overview
Our philosophy and approach to quality improvement.
Located in Quality Improvement
Quality Improvement
Our Division embraces the principles of quality improvement, establishing practice standards, monitoring our performance, reporting results, and adjusting our practice to improve care.
Clinician Tools
Depression screening and assessment tools for providers
Located in For Faculty & Staff / / Programs / Depression Care Program
Depression Care Program Overview
Our program tracks screening and follow-up for patients with depression. The program works closely with the patient's primary care provider to coordinate care.
Located in For Faculty & Staff / / Programs / Depression Care Program
Smoking Cessation Program Overview
This clinic, run by a clinical pharmacist practitioner, focuses on providing assistance to patients who want to quit smoking.
Located in For Faculty & Staff / / Programs / Smoking Cessation Program
Diabetes Program Overview
The Diabetes Program focuses on improving blood glucose and cardiovascular risk, including better control of hypertension, lipid treatment, smoking cessation, and use of aspirin and statins to prevent cardiac events.
Located in For Faculty & Staff / / Programs / Diabetes Program
Depression Care Program
The General Internal Medicine Clinic provides comprehensive health care services. Depression is a medical illness that significantly affects health, self-care, and management of chronic illnesses. The Clinic began screening all patients in March 2010. Our Depression Care Program tracks the progress of patients who screen positive. If you are a patient of the Clinic and have depression, your Provider will provide information about depression, discuss available treatments and develop an individualized treatment plan to help you.
Located in For Faculty & Staff / Internal Medicine Clinic / Programs