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L. Muldoon

Managing Chronic Disease in Ontario Primary Care: The Impact of Organizational Factors

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PURPOSE

New approaches to chronic disease management emphasize the need to improve the delivery of primary care services to meet the needs of chronically ill patients. This study (1) assessed whether chronic disease management differed among 4 models of primary health care delivery and (2) identifi ed which practice organizational factors were independently associated with high-quality care.

Community orientation in primary care practices: Results from the Comparison of Models of Primary Health Care in Ontario Study

Abstract

Objective: To determine which of 4 organizational models of primary care in Ontario were more community oriented.

Design: Cross-sectional investigation using practice and provider surveys derived from the Primary Care Assessment Tool, with nested qualitative case studies (2 practices per model).

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