Integrating Community Health Workers into Safety-Net Primary Care for Diabetes Prevention: Qualitative Analysis of Clinicians ’ Perspectives

ConclusionsClinicians found CHWs appropriate for diabetes prevention in safety-net settings. However, disseminating high-quality evidence about CHWs ’ effectiveness and operations is needed to overcome concerns about integrating CHWs in primary care.
Source: Journal of General Internal Medicine - Category: Internal Medicine Source Type: research

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