A rapid review of integrated primary care centres and polyclinics
Integration within primary health care and with secondary care is a major policy concern in many countries, with integrated primary health care centres (IPHCs) often seen as a part of the solution. IPHCs in Australia include GP Super Clinics and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (national), HealthOne NSW (NSW) and GP Plus (SA) in Australia. Proposed national reforms recommend their broader establishment. This review examines what is known about the use and effectiveness of IPHCs...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (APHCRI) (2003-2015)|
|16_1_Powell-Davies.pdf||Key Findings||46 kB||Adobe PDF|
|16_3_Powell-Davies.pdf||Policy Options||49.39 kB||Adobe PDF|
|16_25_Powell-Davies.pdf||Final Report||546.94 kB||Adobe PDF|
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