Patient Tracker : A Simple and Effective Tool to Organize an Outpatient Student-Faculty Collaborative Primary Care Practice Tomi Jun, B.A. 1 , John Hegde, B.S. 1 , Sun Yoo, B.S. 1 , Aaron Berhanu, B.A. 1 , Alisa Yamasaki, B.A. 1 , Jane Zhu, B.S. 1 , Jennifer Katz-Eriksen, M.D. 1,2 ,
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Patient Tracker: A Simple and Effective Tool to Organize an Outpatient Student-Faculty Collaborative Primary Care Practice
Tomi Jun, B.A.1, John Hegde, B.S.1, Sun Yoo, B.S.1, Aaron Berhanu, B.A.1, Alisa Yamasaki, B.A.1, Jane Zhu, B.S.1, Jennifer Katz-Eriksen, M.D.1,2,
Kristin Remus, D.O.1,3, Pamela Vohra-Khullar, M.D.1,3, Amy Weinstein. M.D., M.P.H.1,3
1Harvard Medical School, 2Brigham and Women’s Hospital, 3Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Figure 3: Patient Tracker data. *p ≤0.05
Figure 1: Patient Tracker
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Total Time in Clinic
Time with Attending
Figure 2: Clinic flow outline