A cost effectiveness study of integrated care in health services delivery: a diabetes program in Australia
BACKGROUND: Type 2 diabetes is rapidly growing as a proportion of the disease burden in Australia as elsewhere. This study addresses the cost effectiveness of an integrated approach to assisting general practitioners (GPs) with diabetes management. This approach uses a centralized database of clinical data of an Australian Division of General Practice (a network of GPs) to co-ordinate care according to national guidelines. METHODS: Long term outcomes for patients in the program were...[Show more]
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