Disentangling the Linkage of Primary Care Features to Patient Outcomes: A Review of Current Literature, Data Sources, and Measurement Needs
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Keywordsprimary health care; continuity of care; coordination; comprehensiveness; access; accessibility; patient outcomes; quality;
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- NEP-HEA-2015-07-04 (Health Economics)
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