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During a recent visit to the West Virginia University Department of Family Medicine, Senate Finance Chair Roman Prezioso (center) talked with WVPA President Dr. Jeannie Sperry and other West Virginia University School of Medicine staff about the importance of psychologists’ involvement in health care. Pictured here (from left) are Family Medicine Chair Dr. Dana King, Dr. Sperry, Senator Prezioso, Health Science Center Chancellor Dr. Chris Colenda, and Director of Patient Centered Medical Home Implementation, Dr. Karen Fitzpatrick. The team is discussed team-based health care in the patient centered medical home.
LETTER TO WEST VIRGINIA SENATORS AND DELEGATES FROM THE PRESIDENT OF WEST VIRGINIA PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION