FROM THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY CHICAGO - Primary care physicians and oncologists expressed their concerns about continuity and coordination of care for cancer survivors in a survey of more than 2,000 physicians.
What does PCP stand for?
PCP stands for Primary Care Physician
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- Preferred Customer Program (various businesses)
- Preserving Christian Publications, Inc.
- President's Cancer Panel
- Preventive and Corrective Proactivity (successful aging model)
- Previous Corresponding Period
- Primary Capital Programme (UK; school modernization program)
- Primary Care Paramedic
- Primary Care Paramedic (paramedic rank, Canada)
- Primary Care Partnership
Samples in periodicals archive:
Women may take it for granted that their primary care physicians know how to manage STDs, but they may be wrong.
The size and complexity of the combined pool of physicians within large health care organizations may not foster the ideal flexibility needed to maintain the primary care physician stakeholder value and power.
Primary care physician attitudes regarding sexually transmitted diseases, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2002, 29(4):246-251.
Beyond the value of the primary care physician, the industry has also recognized the importance of coordinating pharmacy benefits and behavioral health in managing patient care.
For employees that can't afford the cost of insurance premiums, this new program allows them (or any family member) to visit a primary care physician for a flat fee of $10 per visit.
The patient looks to the primary care physician as command central, in a sense.