Measuring the performance of primary health care

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Measuring the performance of primary health care

Title
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsBroemeling A, Watson D, Black CD, Wong ST
JournalHealthcare Policy Special Issue
Volume5
Pages47-64
Date Published11/2009
AbstractWe reviewed the degree to which existing population-based data in Canada can be used to describe and report on primary healthcare (PHC) performance. We identified gaps in current data sources and made recommendations on how these gaps might be addressed to support quality improvement and public reporting for PHC.
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Citation KeyCHSPR 09:26