Primary care economics – Institute of Health Economics, Alberta Canada – September 2010

Posted on October 14, 2010. Filed under: General Practice, Health Economics, Primary Hlth Care |

Primary care economics – Institute of Health Economics, Alberta Canada – September 2010

Extract from the summary

“Reforms of primary care hold promise in influencing health outcomes, especially among the chronically ill, but there is little supporting evidence about what these initiatives will cost. This paper addresses how our primary care resources are currently utilized and what they cost, what are the current funding systems established to support these resources, and what are the economic aspects of suggested reforms.”

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