Helping At-Risk Patients Change Their Outlook

18 Nov 2014
Health care leaders in and around Buffalo are improving how vulnerable patients in the area’s “safety net” clinics receive their health care. By working closely with diverse patient groups, frontline clinicians are helping patients with diabetes modify their diets, develop lasting exercise regimens and change the way they manage their health. These efforts are led by the P2 Collaborative of Western New York, one of RWJF’s Aligning Forces for Quality (AF4Q) communities, which has brought together providers, patients, employers and insurers to help improve regional health care.
This program is a part of a larger effort by AF4Q to boost the overall quality of health care in communities across the country and provide models for national reform.
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