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Methods: integrating quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis while studying patient-centered medical home models pcmh research. Qualitative and quantitative methods have different strengths and if the mere goal of combined use of qualitative and quantitative data is the. The basic rationale of the mixed methods strategy is that by combining qualitative and quantitative methods one can utilize their respective. The debate is often about whether quantitative or qualitative tools are better for sourcing client insights this starting point for this session is that.
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