The Community Apgar Project (CAP) is a research-validated questionnaire used to assist rural critical access hospitals and community health centers identify strengths and challenges related to recruiting Family Medicine Physicians. The CAP was developed by the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho and Boise State University, and has been implemented across several states and in partnerships with Primary Care Associations.
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