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Ambulatory Practice of the Future
Care teams at the Ambulatory Practice of the Future (APF) at Massachusetts General Hospital emphasize team-based care and health coaching.
Our care model at the Ambulatory Practice of the Future (APF) at Massachusetts General Hospital is designed and managed with a particular emphasis on team-based care and coaching. Our care teams partner with each patient to explore, define, and reach customized health and well-being goals. Patients help to create and drive their care plan.
Each dedicated health care team includes:
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We provide health care as a team, with a focus on the individual patient. This model is often called a "patient-centered medical home." It is designed to help patients stay healthier and to facilitate care when needed, often with shorter wait times.
Our teams can help patients better understand their health care needs, maintain an accurate medication list and see specialists, if necessary. Patients are encouraged to play an active part in their health care by asking questions, communicating with their care team and collaborating to reach healthy goals.
Here at the APF, we also have a patient and family advisory council, our Care Alliance. Patients serve a vital role in the ongoing development of the APF, with the most visible and powerful being their presence on the Care Alliance. The Care Alliance is a patient and family advisory council through which patients and families take an active role in developing and improving the patient's experience of care at the APF. These voices are represented to ensure that new programs and developments remain aligned with providing a second-to-none health care experience.
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Patient Services Coordinator
Front Desk Greeter and Patient Service Coordinator
Lead Clinical Partner
Director of Innovation Learning Program
Clinical Program Director
Health and Wellness Coach
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