Improvement in delivery of type 2 diabetes services differs by mode of care: a retrospective longitudinal analysis in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care setting

Improvement in delivery of type 2 diabetes services differs by mode of care: a retrospective longitudinal analysis in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care setting Journal Article

BMC Health Services Research

  • Author(s): Schierhout, Gill, Matthews, Veronica, Connors, Christine, Thompson, Sandra, Kwedza, Ru, Kennedy, Catherine, Bailie, Ross
  • Published: 2016
  • Volume: 16
  • ISBN: 1472-6963

Abstract: Addressing evidence-practice gaps in primary care remains a significant public health challenge and is likely to require action at different levels of the health system. Whilst Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) is associated with improvements in overall delivery, little is known about delivery of different types of care processes, and their relative improvement during CQI.

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Schierhout, Gill, Matthews, Veronica, Connors, Christine, Thompson, Sandra, Kwedza, Ru, Kennedy, Catherine, Bailie, Ross, 2016, Improvement in delivery of type 2 diabetes services differs by mode of care: a retrospective longitudinal analysis in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care setting, Volume:16, Journal Article, viewed 09 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=14883.

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