Transforming Quality of Care in North Carolina - American Board of Medical Specialties

This issue brief describes the current state of health care in North Carolina and provides a general review of strategies for improving health care quality. The brief also addresses three fundamental questions:

1) can quality of health care be measured and improved?
2) what does the landscape in North Carolina look like now?
3) what should North Carolina’s priorities be for improving quality of acre moving forward?

The article mentions North Carolina Improving Performance in Practice program. Physicians participating in Improving Performance in Practice program were eligible for Part IV MOC credit.

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