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Physician group, physician and patient characteristics associated with joining interprofessional team-based primary care in Ontario, Canada

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  • Haj-Ali, Wissam
  • Moineddin, Rahim
  • Hutchison, Brian
  • Wodchis, Walter P.
  • Glazier, Richard H.

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Countries throughout the world have been experimenting with new models to deliver primary care. We investigated physician group, physician and patient characteristics associated with voluntarily joining team-based primary care in Ontario.

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  • Haj-Ali, Wissam & Moineddin, Rahim & Hutchison, Brian & Wodchis, Walter P. & Glazier, Richard H., 2020. "Physician group, physician and patient characteristics associated with joining interprofessional team-based primary care in Ontario, Canada," Health Policy, Elsevier, vol. 124(7), pages 743-750.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:hepoli:v:124:y:2020:i:7:p:743-750
    DOI: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2020.04.013
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