“Practice Inquiry, What is it?”

Twice a week, my clinical preceptor does her administrative duty as the medical director of the clinic. She does it not only to focus on the administrative aspect of the business but also for clinical works to ensure that high quality of care is provided to the patients. One practice inquiry that my preceptor shared with me is their weekly meeting of uncertain patient cases. These uncertainties are being presented with the rest of the doctors, NPs, and PAs to find more learning and solutions about the clinical ambiguities. Through this, they can talk about implementing clinical outcomes. Clinical outcomes in the clinic are implemented by first setting objectives. Their plan is to enlist the best interventions to meet the clinical outcomes while focusing on a better and safer care.

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