As part of the first-ever Shared Decision Making Month this past March, the Informed Medical Decisions Foundation interviewed Dr. Ishani Ganguli, a second-year resident at Massachusetts General Hospital’s own primary care innovation, the Ambulatory Practice of the Future (APF) and Short White Coat blogger.
The APF focuses on empowering patients to be more engaged and involved in their health care by placing the patient at the very center of the care team. Ishani was drawn to APF’s model of innovation and desire to understand the whole patient over a period of time.
During our conversation with Ishani, we will hear how the APF is changing the future of primary care through technology, space and processes, and how shared decision making plays a role at the practice.
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