Information sharing for the management of chronic conditions in primary health care: How does it work and what are the outcomes?
The prevalence of chronic health problems is increasing across Australia. Finding ways to maximise effective use of resources in this area is particularly important given that expenditure on chronic conditions already accounts for the majority of all health care spending. Prior research indicates that chronic health problems are most effectively managed through a collaborative approach where clients and health workers from various disciplines work together to achieve defined goals. The use of...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (APHCRI) (2003-2015)|
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|md_lawn_1.pdf||Key Findings||61.74 kB||Adobe PDF|
|md_lawn_3.pdf||Policy Options||73.75 kB||Adobe PDF|
|MD_Lawn_25.pdf||Final Report||449.65 kB||Adobe PDF|
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