Does enrollment in multidisciplinary team-based primary care practice improve adherence to guideline-recommended processes of care? Quebec’s Family Medicine Groups, 2002–2010
Roxane Borgès Da Silva,
Eric Latimer and
Erin Strumpf ()
Health Policy, 2017, vol. 121, issue 4, 378-388
We investigated whether multidisciplinary team-based primary care practice improves adherence to process of care guidelines, in the absence of financial incentives related to pay-for-performance.
Keywords: Clinical guideline adherence; Team-based primary care; Quality of care; Chronic disease; Difference-in-differences (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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