Tailored health care for chronic disease in primary care: minimising the risks and maximising the benefits - An application of policy simulation
The policy of interest is Diabetes Coordinated Care Initiative (DCCI) and DCC Pilot (DCCP). The DCC policy and pilot are intended to improve care for patients whose outcomes, as a group, are suboptimal under mainstream primary care financing (MBS). There is uncertainty as to: how many and which GPs and patients will enrol; the expected benefit to enrolled patients; and potential risks for unenrolled patients. A literature review can inform decision makers about the value of the relevant...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (APHCRI) (2003-2015)|
|clifton_1.pdf||Key Findings||61.57 kB||Adobe PDF|
|clifton_3.pdf||Policy Options||69.69 kB||Adobe PDF|
|Clifton_25.pdf||Final Report||1.07 MB||Adobe PDF|
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