The reason why primary care practices are organized, is to meet the needs of patients with undifferentiated problems, with the vast majority of patient concerns and needs being cared for in the primary care practice itself. Primary care practices are generally located in the community of the patients, thereby facilitating access to health care while maintaining a wide variety of specialty and institutional consultative and referral relationships for specific care needs. Nowadays, Primary care practices are supported by the newest IT technologies and frequently use telemedicine as a tool to access advanced diagnostic methods.
If you wish to be more engaged in clinical research activities, enhance your patients’ care and further develop your practice, please consider joining PCRN*.
Our team will provide support during all the phases of the study as we are aware of the challenges related with patient selection and recruitment. Furthermore, our team will work closely with you and your team and will provide guidance and assistance in completing study related documents and communication with the sponsor to resolve queries.
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