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Physician Organization Report

This Physician Organization (PO) and its participating physician practices voluntarily make these data public to improve healthcare in Michigan. Their cooperation makes them leaders among POs and practices in promoting transparency and accountability.

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N = Number of responses by category (See About the Data).

Measure Data for this Physician Organization:

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Overall Performance:

Getting Timely Appointments, Care, and Information

Parents were asked:

How often did you get appointments for care as soon as needed and timely answers to questions when you called the office?

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How Well Provider Communicates with Patients

Parents were asked:

How often did this provider explain things clearly, listen carefully, show respect and spent enough time with you?

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Provider Use of Information to Coordinate Patient Care

Parents were asked:

How often did this provider know important information about your medical history, follow up with you to give results of a blood test, x-ray or other tests, and talk with you about all the prescription medications you take?

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Helpful, Courteous, and Respectful Office Staff

Parents were asked:

How often was the office staff helpful, courteous and respectful?

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Rating of the Provider

Parents were asked:

Rate your child's provider on a scale of 0 to 10, with 0 being the worst and 10 being the best. (The displayed scores show how often parents rated their child's provider highly with a score of 9 or 10.)

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Provider's Attention to Child's Growth and Development (PCMH)

Parents were asked:

If the provider talked about their child's growth, age-appropriate behaviors, moods and emotions, and ability to get along with others.

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Provider's Advice on Keeping Child Safe and Healthy (PCMH)

Parents were asked:

If the provider talked about keeping their child from getting injured, the food the child eats and the child’s exercise or physical activity.

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Not enough data to report a valid, reliable score