Heare, There and All Over the Place: Defining and Measuring Continuity of Health Care
This paper was commissioned by the Canadian Health Service Reseah Foundation, the CanadianInstitute for Health Information and the Fedaral/Provincil/Territorial Advisory Committee on Health Services, as background information for a national workshop to develop measurement indicators for continuity of care. It explores the different concepts of continuity, their common themes and measurement approaches.
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|Date of creation:||2001|
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