Primary Care Reform is the third in the CMA Leadership Series of magazines. It is a useful publication for physicians who are considering an alternative funding and delivery of care model for primary care understanding that Information Technology and Electronic Medical Records will play an important role in the successful implementation of alternative models for health care delivery.
The publication gives an overview of primary care reform initiatives across Canada plus commentaries by family physicians and a look at alternate payment plans for specialists working in academic settings.
Link: Primary Care Reform - Canadian Medical Association June 2005
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