Integrating care: Learning from first generation integrated primary health care centres
Recent Australian health care policies have focused on strategies to increase efficiency, reduce inequalities and improve health outcomes by building a stronger primary health care system.1 At the time this research was commissioned, the establishment of GP Super Clinics was a significant strategic element of primary health care system reform, although this has now transitioned under subsequent governments to a focus on Health Care Homes.2 The research described in this report was funded...[Show more]
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|Douglas-Key Messages-Integrating Care FINAL.pdf||Key Messages||134.73 kB||Adobe PDF|
|Douglas-Policy Options-Integrating Care FINAL.pdf||Policy Options||119.02 kB||Adobe PDF|
|Douglas Full Report-Integrating Care FINAL.pdf||Full Report||4.57 MB||Adobe PDF|
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