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Primary Care Physicians’ Perceptions of Practice Improvement as a Professional Responsibility: A Cross-sectional Study

A Pilot Quality Improvement Program to Increase Pediatrician Injury Anticipatory Guidance

A Quality Improvement Program in Pediatric Practices to Increase Tailored Injury Prevention Counseling and Assess Self-reported Changes Made by Families

Effectiveness of the ATS Core Curricula: Improving Knowledge and Providing Maintenance of Certification (MOC)

A Learning Collaborative Model to Improve Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Rates in Primary Care

Integrating Maintenance of Board Certification and Health Systems’ Quality Improvement Programs

Quality Improvement in the Age of Electronic Health Records: The North Carolina Improving Performance in Practice Program

One Rural Federally Qualified Health Center’s Journey with North Carolina’s Improving Performance in Practice (IPIP) Program

More Extensive Implementation of the Chronic Care Model is Associated with Better Lipid Control in Diabetes

Transforming Quality of Care in North Carolina

Natural History of Practice Transformation: Development and Initial Testing of an Outcomes-Based Model

Infrastructure for Large-Scale Quality-Improvement Projects: Early Lessons From North Carolina Improving Performance in Practice

Designing a Large-Scale Multilevel Improvement Initiative: The Improving Performance in Practice Program

Collaboration in Pennsylvania: Rapidly Spreading Improved Chronic Care for Patients to Practices

Improving Performance in Practice: Rx for Primary Care

Comparative Trial of a Web-Based Tool to Improve the Quality of Care Provided to Older Adults in Residency Clinics: Modest Success and a Tough Road Ahead

Certification and Specialization: Do They Matter in the Outcome of Acute Myocardial Infarction

Delivery of Preventive Services to Older Adults by Primary Care Physicians

Physician Board Certification and the Care and Outcomes of Elderly Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction