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Ambulatory Practice of the Future
The Ambulatory Practice of the Future (APF) at Massachusetts General Hospital is an innovative and collaborative primary care practice that provides the highest level of primary care in a patient-centered, custom-designed environment.
APF was born in July 2010 to bring a fresh approach to care design and delivery for patients and caregivers alike. The practice relies heavily on the establishment and maintenance of a collaborative relationship between each patient and his or her care team.
Trust and transparency—the pillars of health care in any practice—are deeply integrated into our practice culture, enabling our patients to connect more directly and meaningfully with their own care.
TransCAREncySM is the term we use to describe this culture of care: transparency in all aspects of care with our patients and with our institution at all levels.
What does TransCAREncy look like today?
What do we hope TransCAREncy will look like in the future?
At the APF, patients and care teams develop a health and wellness care plan together with a focus on how to manage your personal health priorities. Our physical space is warm and inviting, welcoming you and your family to journey with us in your health. As a patient with us here at APF, you will never be alone in managing your health.
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