We are involved in national programs through participation, public speaking, academic teaching, research and publications. Our research seeks to measure the quality and quantity of HIT implementation in relationship to the intent of policies that legislate the activity. Policy evaluation and analysis of federal and state legislation and how it impacts vulnerable communities is critical to the development of valuable strategies for better health outcomes. Our academic findings help to inform our advocacy and National Center for Primary Care development of innovative services that support underserved populations.
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