- •Pediatric clinicians' experiences with primary care redesign implementation have not been well described.
- •In this pilot, teamwork improvements helped mitigate unpredictability in newborn needs and arrival times.
- •RNs and physicians valued teamwork but were concered that sharing visit taks could compromise patient relationships.
- •Resolving ambivalence about task sharing between RNs and physicians may support dissemination of redesign efforts.
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