What is a Group Visit and what are the benefits? Group Visits, or shared medical appointments, are a form of outpatient care that combines medical care, patient education, and patient empowerment in a group setting.2 In a Group Visit, patients meet as a group under the guidance of 1 or more clinicians. For appropriate patients, Group Visits become part of regular clinical treatment.1 Group Visits are usually diagnosis-specific (eg, diabetes, asthma, hypertension) or population-specific (eg, elderly, Hispanic, African American, Asian American).

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