The goal of Primary Care 2.0 is to address the Quadruple Aims through team-based care. The evaluation uses mixed methods, including surveys, observation and interviews to assess the degree of implementation of the model as well as outcome measures that align with the Quadruple Aims. One of the goals of the evaluation is to inform future scalability and transferability of the PC 2.0 model to other settings in order to ensure that the lessons from Stanford inform future primary care practice nationally and internationally.
For any questions or further information related to this evaluation, please contact Cati Brown-Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This evaluation was funded by Stanford Health Care from June 2016 to Aug 2019.
Marcy Winget (Co-PI), Megan Mahoney (SHC Co-PI) and Garrett Chan (SHC Co-PI), Jonathan Shaw (Co-Investigator)
Cati Brown Johnson (Qualitative Expert), and Nadia Safaeinili (Project Manager & Qualitative Researcher)