1999 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
His primary areas of study are Nursing, Health care, Family medicine, Primary care and Medical record. His Nursing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Medical home, Process, Public relations and Complex adaptive system. His Public relations research includes elements of Competence and Health policy.
His studies deal with areas such as Total quality management, Organizational learning, Quality of life and Quality management as well as Health care. His work in the fields of Family medicine, such as Preventive service, intersects with other areas such as Direct observation. His Primary care research focuses on Outpatient visits and how it connects with Ambulatory and Validity.
Kurt C. Stange mainly investigates Nursing, Health care, Family medicine, Primary care and Alternative medicine. His studies link Medical home with Nursing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Public health, Public relations and Quality management.
His Family medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Patient satisfaction, Cross-sectional study and Medical record. His study connects Primary health care and Primary care. His research on Alternative medicine frequently links to adjacent areas such as Medical education.
Kurt C. Stange mostly deals with Health care, Family medicine, Primary care, Medical education and Annals. Kurt C. Stange has included themes like Nursing, Self-management, Quality and Goal setting in his Health care study. His study in Public health and Psychological intervention is carried out as part of his Nursing studies.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Family medicine, Medical Expenditure Panel Survey is strongly linked to Health promotion. His Primary care research includes themes of Scale, Accountable care, Chronic disease, Mental health and Community health. His Medical education study combines topics in areas such as Information Dissemination and Implementation research.
Kurt C. Stange mainly focuses on Health care, Family medicine, Quality, Nursing and Primary care. While the research belongs to areas of Health care, Kurt C. Stange spends his time largely on the problem of Gerontology, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Stroke. The concepts of his Family medicine study are interwoven with issues in Protocol and Scopus.
His Quality management study in the realm of Quality connects with subjects such as Heart health. Kurt C. Stange interconnects Poverty and Socioeconomic status in the investigation of issues within Nursing. His work carried out in the field of Primary care brings together such families of science as Psychotherapist, Flourishing, Accountable care and Social medicine.
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The dynamic sustainability framework: addressing the paradox of sustainment amid ongoing change
David A Chambers;Russell E Glasgow;Kurt C Stange.
Implementation Science (2013)
Why The Nation Needs A Policy Push On Patient-Centered Health Care
Ronald M. Epstein;Kevin Fiscella;Cara S. Lesser;Kurt C. Stange.
Health Affairs (2010)
Competing demands of primary care: A model for the delivery of clinical preventive services
Carlos R. Jaén;Kurt C Stange;P Nutting.
Journal of Family Practice (1994)
Initial Lessons From the First National Demonstration Project on Practice Transformation to a Patient-Centered Medical Home
Paul A. Nutting;William L. Miller;Benjamin F. Crabtree;Carlos Roberto Jaen.
Defining and measuring the patient-centered medical home
Kurt C. Stange;Paul A. Nutting;William L. Miller;Carlos R. Jaén.
The Problem of Fragmentation and the Need for Integrative Solutions
Kurt C. Stange.
Annals of Family Medicine (2009)
Illuminating the 'Black Box': A description of 4454 patient visits to 138 family physicians
Kurt C. Stange;Stephen J. Zyzanski;Carlos R. Jaén;Edward J. Callahan.
Continuity of primary care: to whom does it matter and when?
Paul A. Nutting;Meredith A. Goodwin;Susan A. Flocke;Stephen J. Zyzanski.
Annals of Family Medicine (2003)
How Valid Are Medical Records and Patient Questionnaires for Physician Profiling and Health Services Research?: A Comparison With Direct Observation of Patient Visits
Kurt C. Stange;Stephen J. Zyzanski;Tracy Fedirko Smith;Robert Kelly;Robert Kelly.
Medical Care (1998)
Patient satisfaction with time spent with their physician.
David A. Gross;Stephen J. Zyzanski;Elaine A. Borawski;Randall D. Cebul.
Journal of Family Practice (1998)
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