PPRNet is a primary care practice-based learning and research organization designed to improve health care in its member practices while conducting research important for the entire primary health care system. Established in 1995, PPRNet links practices across North America in its work which has led to revitalization of primary care practices, sustained federal research funding, numerous publications, and national recognition. All PPRNet practices use Electronic Health Records (EHR); many long-time members were pioneers in EHR use.
PPRNet has 3 primary aims:
PPRNet achieves these aims by:
Many practices have leveraged their participation in PPRNet to receive Patient-Centered Medical Home recognition, receive Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) and other value-based payment incentives, and satisfy continuing medical education and specialty maintenance of certification requirements. PPRNet practices report rediscovering the joy of medicine, improved practice morale and staff retention, and deep gratification from working and learning with their colleagues across the U.S. and Canada.
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