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|Title:||Shared care guidelines and protocols in the United kingdom.|
|Citation:||J AMBUL CARE MANAGE, 2008, 31 (3), pp. 239-243|
|Abstract:||The divide between primary and secondary care in the United Kingdom's National Health Service is becoming increasingly blurred, leading to the development of shared care guidelines and protocols. These often contain measurable performance and outcome measures, and aim to encourage joint working between specialists and primary care physicians. Shared care will become an increasingly important part of healthcare in the United Kingdom, supported by information systems that provide patients and professionals with the information they need to optimize the management of patient's health.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Health Sciences|
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