"If we can't measure it, we can't do it". The role of health outcomes in community and allied health service accountability
Health outcomes fulfill a number of roles in the health sector. Economists, clinicians, researchers and managers use health outcomes in a range of different contexts for distinct purposes. New management approaches that use contracts as the basis for health service accountability have attempted to take health outcomes from their clinical role into a management setting. In particular, the purchasers and managers of some health services expect that service providers should demonstrate that...[Show more]
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